8539 obs Nov 23

From: Steve Newcomb (snewcomb88@comcast.net)
Date: Sun Nov 23 2008 - 01:22:12 UTC

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    28646 05 016A   8539 G 20081122235808830 17 25 1823505+381899 38
    28646 05 016A   8539 G 20081122235821270 17 25 1822612+430081 38
    28646 05 016A   8539 G 20081122235842190 17 25 1820090+512059 38
    28646 05 016A   8539 G 20081122235850080 17 25 1818683+543601 38
    28646 05 016A   8539 G 20081123000010650 17 25 1535605+851584 38
    20642 90 050E   8539 G 20081123001418270 17 25 2242792+105284 38
    20692 90 050D   8539 G 20081123001420150 17 25 2242792+105284 38
    20642 90 050E   8539 G 20081123001437730 17 25 2302189+183210 38
    20692 90 050D   8539 G 20081123001439250 17 25 2302189+183210 38
    
    I can not identify the sat that was 45 seconds before 28646 at almost the 
    same start position heading approx south.
    I used Idsat and combined the classfd.tle with the alldat.tle from Space 
    Track but got nothing that would fit.
    
    It was cloudy at sunset and had not planned any obs. At 6.30 local time I 
    looked out and it had cleared.
    Temp at 15 F and 18 inches of snow on ground but I still set up telescope 
    for a couple of obs. It was 1st clear night in a while.
    
    Lat. 39.4707 Lon. -79.3388 Alt. 2753 ft.  -5 UTC
    What these numbers mean : http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html 
    
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