Re: Re: Bright UNID

From: satrack@libero.it
Date: Sat May 25 2013 - 15:17:47 UTC

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    Cees and Mike successfully identified this object as maneuvered USA 186.
    
    Mike already updated the TLE in his catalog using this observation.
    
    The FPAS report changed accordingly (the ID does not change):
    
    FPAS12,28888,GSC73D,20130524,204427,1s,-,46.19113,9.02298,203,
    PSRG,RNN,18s,8s,0,5,G1CCNNN,R,11,57,0.5,-,
    1 28888U 05042A   13144.85395224 0.00035000  00000-0  38963-3 0    09,
    2 28888  97.8624 208.1049 0541803 160.0892 199.9106 14.73339198    06,
    http://www.satflare.com/archive/images/FN00000_20130524_204427.jpg video: 
    http://www.satflare.com/archive/video/FN00000_20130524_204427.wmv;
    
    Many thanks,
    Simone
    
    
    >----Messaggio originale----
    >Da: cgbsat@gmail.com
    >Data: 25-mag-2013 16.28
    >A: "satrack@libero.it"<satrack@libero.it>
    >Cc: "Ted Molczan"<ssl3molcz@rogers.com>, "Mike McCants"<mmccants@prismnet.
    com>
    >Ogg: Re: Bright UNID
    >
    >Hi Simone,
    >
    >On Sat, May 25, 2013 at 2:41 PM, satrack@libero.it <satrack@libero.it> wrote:
    >> Processing the last captures I found a flaring satellite (around mag. 0)
    >> which I can not identify:
    >
    >From your video I extracted these positions:
    >28888 05 042A   0000 G 20130524204429101 57 25 1055076+574309 29 S
    >28888 05 042A   0000 G 20130524204434220 57 25 1042323+592910 29 S
    >28888 05 042A   0000 G 20130524204439703 57 25 1027673+611381 29 S
    >
    >They correlate strongly with the orbit of USA 186 [28888/05042A]. Mike
    >reported offlist that USA 186 has manouvered; hence it did not match
    >anything.
    >
    >Regards,
    >    Cees
    >
    
    
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