CB Obs May 24/25, 2012

From: C. Bassa (cgbsat@gmail.com)
Date: Fri May 25 2012 - 11:02:20 UTC

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    Observations May 24/25, 2012
    
    Lots of high cirrus, so the conditions were not very good. Recorded
    1500+ 10s integrations toward Azimuth 34, Elevation 32 for some 4
    hours.
    
    99999 99 999U   4553 P 20120524234956352 17 25 2345579+550851 37 S
    99999 99 999U   4553 P 20120524234959391 17 25 2356153+553039 37 S
    99999 99 999U   4553 P 20120524235002609 17 25 0007433+554930 37 S
    99999 99 999U   4553 P 20120524235004945 17 25 0023164+560812 37 S
    
    21799 91 076C   4553 P 20120525000132263 17 25 0028296+593360 37 S
    21799 91 076C   4553 P 20120525000139624 17 25 0025539+581165 37 S
    21799 91 076C   4553 P 20120525000149586 17 25 0022267+562406 37 S
    21799 91 076C   4553 P 20120525000158249 17 25 0019891+545526 37 S
    21799 91 076C   4553 P 20120525015247775 17 25 0216063+593625 37 S
    21799 91 076C   4553 P 20120525015259654 17 25 0207608+580633 37 S
    21799 91 076C   4553 P 20120525015309721 17 25 0159079+562359 37 S
    21799 91 076C   4553 P 20120525015319377 17 25 0151891+544565 37 S
    
    31702 07 027B   4553 F 20120525004853126 17 25 0031097+570140 37 S
    31702 07 027B   4553 P 20120525004856203 17 25 0032214+562470 37 S
    
    21809 91 076E   4553 P 20120525014920259 17 25 0210122+594280 37 S
    21809 91 076E   4553 P 20120525014929458 17 25 0201654+580845 37 S
    21809 91 076E   4553 P 20120525014939495 17 25 0153631+562679 37 S
    21809 91 076E   4553 P 20120525014948618 17 25 0147260+545585 37 S
    
    21808 91 076D   4553 P 20120525015310656 17 25 0203961+571689 37 S
    
    99998 99 998U   4553 P 20120525021355326 17 25 0249248+580180 37 I
    99998 99 998U   4553 P 20120525021407186 17 25 0243432+582972 37 S
    99998 99 998U   4553 P 20120525021412245 17 25 0234462+590828 37 S
    99998 99 998U   4553 P 20120525021416405 17 25 0226787+593887 37 S
    
    NOTES:
    ------
    (1) Object 99999 is the USA 224 candidate I observed on May 20th. It
    was about 43 seconds late on the 70005 search elset Ted published
    (http://www.satobs.org/seesat/May-2012/0221.html).
    (2) 21808 was surprisingly faint on both passes. Only got one reliable
    observation.
    (3) Object 99998 is another unknown in what appears a sun-synchronous orbit.
    
    Regards,
       Cees
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