BY MUOS 5 Candidate 2 and change to #1

From: Brad Young via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Sat, 8 Oct 2016 22:44:12 +0000 (UTC)
Noticed significant shift in plate solve for this exposure, once fixed, it gave another candidate. This one is less likely IMO at mag 15:

41622 16 041A  7778 G 20161008093833000 27 25 1922287-000523 17 S 
41622 16 041A  7778 G 20161008093933000 27 25 1923238-000304 17 S 


Similar, but less dramatic plate solve issue, changes first candidate (mag 13 and quite steady) I posted to:

41622 16 041A  7778 G 20161008094006000 27 25 1806107-030630 17 S 
41622 16 041A  7778 G 20161008094106000 27 25 1807083-030602 17 S 

Sorry if this caused any wasted work. I'll double check the rest before posting some classfd and other objects. Strange, the Oz scopes are usually much better on avoiding fake plate solves, but these are very busy fields in the Milky Way.

One that doesn't matter too much on exact position is an UNID LEO that looks like a possible fit for lost NOSS 0 (A) - of course, during the 60s exposure it crossed the entire 4 deg x 2 deg field so the start / end points are not at the times indicated:

05678 71 110A  7778 G 20161008093552000 27 25 1937011-014321 17 S 
05678 71 110A  7778 G 20161008093652000 27 25 1943200+004612 17 S 


I hope one of the analysts can decipher from the path where it might be on its plane - fits files of course on request.
Brad Young (SSO)
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