Updated elements

From: Ted Molczan (ssl3molcz@rogers.com)
Date: Wed Aug 18 2010 - 02:03:08 UTC

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    Marco Langbroek, Greg Roberts, Ian Roberts, and Brad Young, contributed observations used to
    determine one or more of the following element sets.
    
    98029A may be lost for the moment. Over the past year, it has made a few small manoeuvres, but has
    mostly drifted slowly west. Barring a major manoeuvre, it should be within several degrees east or
    west of its last known orbit, shown below.
    
    Mentor 2                                             35714 X 35893 km
    1 25336U 98029A   10213.20647070  .00000000  00000-0  00000-0 0    03
    2 25336   8.2150   9.7198 0021206 178.3348 181.7669  1.00216480    06
    Arc 20100712.93-0801.71 WRMS resid 0.011 totl 0.009 xtrk
    
    Mentor 4                                             35742 X 35832 km
    1 33490U 09001A   10227.96474036  .00000000  00000-0  00000-0 0    03
    2 33490   2.7662 355.1511 0010618  84.1943 276.2350  1.00274964    08
    Arc 20100801.84-0816.8 WRMS resid 0.010 totl 0.010 xtrk
    
    PAN                                                  35785 X 35788 km
    1 35815U 09047A   10228.59095560  .00000000  00000-0  00000-0 0    07
    2 35815   0.0339 262.0105 0000345 218.0280  95.5768  1.00274491    06
    Arc 20100807.74-0816.78 WRMS resid 0.005 totl 0.001 xtrk
    
    06829A                                                 219 X 11727 km
    1 90070U 06829A   10228.82834472  .00036553  00000-0  89981-3 0    05
    2 90070  27.4597  37.7079 4658880 131.0665 279.7770  6.32770649    09
    Arc 20100728.74-0816.73 WRMS resid 0.038 totl 0.030 xtrk
    
    Ted Molczan
    
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