Re: Possible Bright UNID

From: C. Bassa (cgbsat@gmail.com)
Date: Sun Oct 21 2012 - 22:07:27 UTC

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    Hi Simone,
    
    On Sun, Oct 21, 2012 at 9:20 PM, satrack@libero.it <satrack@libero.it> wrote:
    > The video of the pass is available at the following link:
    
    Thanks for the video. I divided the video into chunks of 10s in
    duration and calibrated the astrometry against the Tycho 2 catalog.
    Based on this I get the following four observations:
    99200 99 200U   0000 G 20121020172357761 27 25 1940460+205128 58 S
    99200 99 200U   0000 G 20121020172406701 27 25 1953082+243971 58 S
    99200 99 200U   0000 G 20121020172416320 27 25 2008547+285525 58 S
    99200 99 200U   0000 G 20121020172423121 27 25 2020955+315858 58 S
    
    These observations yield the following, NOSS like, orbit:
    
    UNID
    1 99200U          12294.72512084  .00000000  00000-0  50000-4 0    09
    2 99200  62.9363 270.0390 0000000   0.0000  51.3876 14.65818627    00
    
    It does not appear to match with anything from the space track and
    classified catalogs, and I also could not find matches to unknowns
    seen previously.
    
    Kind regards,
        Cees
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