I assume it was Noss 1D = sat seen and obs

From: Kevin Fetter (kfetter@yahoo.com)
Date: Tue Apr 02 2013 - 14:12:05 UTC

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    I had aimed at area, between Intelsat 23 and Galaxy 11, to check on them for flaring. Galaxy 11 flared up, at 2 different times, just not very bright. 
    
    As I went through the video, and checking on which one's happened to pass across the feild of view, I had one pass by, which nothing to shown to pass by at the time, and path seen.
    
    99999 99 999A   1775 G 20130402084658145 15 25 1803750-081244 37 S
    99999 99 999A   1775 G 20130402084706620 15 25 1813124-062301 37 S
    
    Rough orbit, shows how it passed across the feild of view.
    
    unknown 040213                                                       
    1 99999           13092.36604884 0.00000257  00000-0  50000-4 0    05
    2 99999  59.3412 224.6885 0010828 288.5632 116.8792 14.62831023    08
    
    Noss 1D ( 08836 ) has a low perigee orbit, and hasn't been observed in 1 month, so I will blame that one.
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