CB Obs October 6, 2013; Video

From: C. Bassa (cgbsat@gmail.com)
Date: Sun Oct 06 2013 - 21:55:03 UTC

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    Video observations from the evening of October 6th, 2013. Conditions
    were excellent.
    
    23908 96 029C   4171 E 20131006202818141 17 25 0555516+583537 37 S
    23908 96 029C   4171 E 20131006202828153 17 25 0555474+565023 37 S
    23908 96 029C   4171 E 20131006202838141 17 25 0555545+551041 37 S
    26905 01 040A   4171 E 20131006195413135 17 25 0547167+594099 37 S
    26905 01 040A   4171 E 20131006195418155 17 25 0543195+585288 37 S
    26905 01 040A   4171 E 20131006195428146 17 25 0535696+571569 37 S
    26905 01 040A   4171 E 20131006195438155 17 25 0529101+553954 37 S
    26905 01 040A   4171 E 20131006195448155 17 25 0523292+540463 37 S
    26907 01 040C   4171 E 20131006190003117 17 25 0501870+593767 37 S
    26907 01 040C   4171 E 20131006190008137 17 25 0458795+584869 37 S
    26907 01 040C   4171 E 20131006190018137 17 25 0453074+571175 37 S
    26907 01 040C   4171 E 20131006190028149 17 25 0448077+553674 37 S
    26907 01 040C   4171 E 20131006190033197 17 25 0445848+544979 37 S
    28096 03 054B   4171 E 20131006191853149 17 25 0500622+602797 37 S
    28096 03 054B   4171 E 20131006191858169 17 25 0457339+594145 37 S
    28096 03 054B   4171 E 20131006191908169 17 25 0451258+580846 37 S
    28096 03 054B   4171 E 20131006191918181 17 25 0445988+563649 37 S
    28096 03 054B   4171 E 20131006191923189 17 25 0443646+555078 37 S
    37386 11 014A   4171 E 20131006184028157 17 25 0422003+601030 37 S
    37386 11 014A   4171 E 20131006184028157 17 25 0428758+611066 37 S
    37386 11 014A   4171 E 20131006184038137 17 25 0418815+592713 37 S
    37386 11 014A   4171 E 20131006184048145 17 25 0410155+574258 37 S
    37386 11 014A   4171 E 20131006184058145 17 25 0402569+555835 37 S
    37391 11 014B   4171 E 20131006184023125 17 25 0426987+610195 37 S
    37391 11 014B   4171 E 20131006184028157 17 25 0422033+601035 37 S
    37391 11 014B   4171 E 20131006184038137 17 25 0412846+582577 37 S
    37391 11 014B   4171 E 20131006184048145 17 25 0404814+564102 37 S
    37391 11 014B   4171 E 20131006184053165 17 25 0401243+554860 37 S
    99073 13 779A   4171 E 20131006192056349 17 25 0515138+610185 37 S
    99073 13 779A   4171 E 20131006192057548 17 25 0512478+610308 37 S
    99073 13 779A   4171 E 20131006192058689 17 25 0509949+610405 37 S
    99073 13 779A   4171 E 20131006192100268 17 25 0506370+610518 37 S
    
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    Setup: Watec 902H2 video, 50mm F/1.8, NTP
    IOD format: http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
    COSPAR 4171: 52.8344N, 6.3785E, 10m (WGS84)
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    NOTES:
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    (1) I observed a short arc of an unknown object [99073/13779A]. This
        is a circular orbit that fits the observations. I have no idea
        what it is, but it looked like a satellite.
    
    1 99073U 13779A   13279.80623042  .00000000  00000-0  50000-4 0    04
    2 99073  86.4911 146.4371 0010000   3.7121 115.7895 14.47252382    04
    
    
    Regards,
       Cees
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