SATOBS 2015 February 21

From: Peter Wakelin via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Sun, 22 Feb 2015 19:01:07 -0000
The object I observed on February 16 and reported as 0602401
was not 06-24A / 29240 / MiTEx 1.  It remains unidentified.

Last night I tried to find the real MiTEx 1 using ISON's data
for their object 143304 which is thought to be MiTEx 1 but
failed to find it.

14-43C / 40101 / ANGELS remains so close to 14-43D / 40102 G /
GSAP r it was difficult to derive accurate positions.




SATOBS
140430420181502211851351   01   12025405  -07046   1  5
140430420181502211853099   01   12025561  -07045   1  5             123 
S
140430420181502211854446   01   12025717  -07044   1  5
140430320181502211854446   01   12025715  -07044   1  5
140430420181502211856196   01   12025873  -07043   1  5
140430420181502211935450   01   12033766  -07014   1  5
140430420181502211937202   01   12033921  -07012   1  5
140430420181502211938548   01   12034077  -07011   1  5             125
140430420181502212041552   01   12044294  -06573   1  5
140430320181502212041552   01   12044292  -06574   1  5
140430420181502212045048   01   12044604  -06573   1  5
140430420181502212106577   01   12050763  -06560   1  5
140430320181502212106577   01   12050761  -06562   1  5
999

What these numbers mean: http://www.satobs.org/position/UKformat.html

Peter Wakelin,
COSPAR 2018 GUNDLETON,  Lat 51.0945N, Long 1.1188W, 124m 

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