Re: LB Obs 2017 Dec 04 pm

From: C. Bassa via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Mon, 4 Dec 2017 23:04:47 +0100
On Mon, Dec 4, 2017 at 10:40 PM, Leo Barhorst via Seesat-l
<seesat-l_at_satobs.org> wrote:
> Imaged a UNID. It was rather bright.
> 99999 17 838A   4172 G 20171204181106785 17 25 1503619+681010 37 S
> 99999 17 838A   4172 G 20171204181113860 17 25 1506652+694774 37 S
> 99999 17 838A   4172 G 20171204181122643 17 25 1511203+715372 37 S

While testing hardware and software, I observed the same UNID and obtained:
99999 17 838A   4171 G 20171204181336363 17 25 0138190+603306 37 S
99999 17 838A   4171 G 20171204181343343 17 25 0144068+574751 37 S
99999 17 838A   4171 G 20171204181353585 17 25 0151336+533926 37 S
99999 17 838A   4171 G 20171204181403826 17 25 0157546+492964 37 S
99999 17 838A   4171 G 20171204181414062 17 25 0202708+452290 37 S
99999 17 838A   4171 G 20171204181424202 17 25 0207075+412623 37 S
99999 17 838A   4171 G 20171204181430884 17 25 0209728+385564 37 S

This is the recently launched COSMOS 2524 [43032/17076A] maneuvering
to a higher orbit.

These observations show it has reached its target orbit of 907km x
908km _at_ 67.1 deg
http://www.russianspaceweb.com/lotos-s1-803.html

Regards,
    Cees
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