Oct 20 2014 possible debris - not sure - New Mexico

From: Thomas Ashcraft via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Mon, 20 Oct 2014 12:11:50 -0600
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Oct 20 2014

I have an interesting meteor capture on my Sentinel all-sky camera that 
may be possible satellite debris.  The audible forward scatter radio 
signature may indicate debris re-entry. It also appears to be tumbling.  
But, it may be too fast for debris.  Not sure.

0712:03 UTC  traveling generally SSW to NNE over west central New 
Mexico. General constellation path:  Aquarius, west of Pegasus, Lacerta, 
Cepheus

Movie with sky map here ( map embedding is general, not absolutely 
precise):
https://vimeo.com/109475663

Any help determining if this is debris welcome. Thank you in advance.


Thomas Ashcraft
35.50 N  ,  -105.89 W
near Lamy, New Mexico


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