RE: Pass of 34904

From: Ted Molczan (ssl3molcz@rogers.com)
Date: Sat May 23 2009 - 06:11:05 UTC

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    Kevin Fetter wrote:
    
    > Ted asked if I could video 34904.
    > 
    > So I aimed at where it was going to pass, and caught it.
    > 
    > http://www.kfetter.com/satvideo/other/34904.wmv
    
    Thank you, Kevin. I was clouded out.
    
    I extracted a couple of points:
    
    34904 09 023B   1775 G 20090523050532634 36 25 1527646+615726 37  +052 03
    34904 09 023B   1775 G 20090523050534669 36 25 1520056+625052 37  +052 03
    
    It was 0.5 s late and within 0.03 deg of track, relative day-old elements:
    
    STSS-ATRR r                                              161 X 814 km
    1 34904U 09023B   09142.21957975  .00353891  00000-0  20752-3 0    06
    2 34904 112.5297 263.6277 0475298 291.5238  63.5897 15.25535170    09
    Arc 20090521.18-0522.23 WRMS resid 0.021 totl 0.010 xtrk
    
    Ted Molczan
    
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