WGS5 brings out another unid

From: Kevin Fetter (kfetter@yahoo.com)
Date: Wed Nov 20 2013 - 01:52:19 UTC

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    I went to check on WGS 5, after locating it, I watched it pass the stars. As I did, another sat appeared, and I went to ID it, nothing was shown to be there at the time, ah beep. I noticed this time, thanks to not going for a walk like there other night, while images were being taken, as happened with the other unid.
    Being a possible unid, I followed it for over 1 hour, and did a check again, so far no match, in terms of stuff being there at the time.
    I bet it will either be in a geo transfer orbit, are molyina orbit, once I do some measuring and orbit calculation.
    What a bad year this has been, for unid's coming to me :)
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