looks like the unid, is located in the geo belt

From: Kevin Fetter (kfetter@yahoo.com)
Date: Thu Oct 04 2007 - 11:16:08 EDT

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    I have noticed the unid, seems to have a low inclined orbit, ie it resides in the geo belt.
    I came to that conclusion, by observing which star's it passed by, and the geo sat's would also
    pass somewhat near those same stars.
    The unid appeared to be within 1 degree of Intelsat 707 ( 23816 ), when I observed it. Hard to say
    where it be now. 
    Will have to scan the belt, hopefully find the ******* sat!
    Now be clear tommorow, so I can.
    I won't be suprised if it turn's out some geo sat was retired, and is driting. I was fooled by
    goes 13 once, when where moving it between orbital slots.
    It seems to give a flash between 6 to 7 minutes apart.
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