Re: Need help identifying a flashing satellite

From: Björn Gimle (
Date: Thu Oct 03 2013 - 18:19:04 UTC

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    Hi Caleb,
    there are very few satellites (as far I see) moving S from a high elevation
    near that time, 01:22 +- UTC I assume. Furthermore (if time is correct) a
    sunlit object there would be at least 850 km above Earth, and should move
    less than about ½ degree/second.
    2013/10/2 Caleb <>
    > ... Location: 30°04'43.33"N 81°36'46.81"W (Saint Johns FL, USA 32259)
    > Date and time: Tuesday, October 1, 2013, 9:22pm Eastern Daylight Time
    > ...located just north of either 52 Sagittarii or Chi-1 Sagittarii.  After
    > the
    > ...North-Northwest toward the South, at a rate of about 1 degree per second
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