Re: Seesat-l Digest, Vol 48, Issue 6

From: PAUL MALEY via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 19:36:41 -0700
Spectacular venting seen from Sun Lakes AZ at 228-235UT moving west to southeast. Must have been from SpaceX . Naked eye!!

Paul

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> Today's Topics:
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>   1. LB Obs 2018 Feb 05 pm (Leo Barhorst)
>   2. Ephemerides for Falcon Heavy hardware? (Bill Gray)
>   3. Brighter flasher in Gemini.. (Derek C Breit)
>   4. Re: Ephemerides for Falcon Heavy hardware? (paully71)
>   5. Re: Ephemerides for Falcon Heavy hardware? (Mike McCants)
>   6. LB Obs 2018 Feb 06 am (Leo Barhorst)
>   7. NOTAM for space X heavy (Kevin Fetter)
>   8. NOTAM for space X heavy (Kevin Fetter)
>   9. Re: NOTAM for space X heavy (Marco Langbroek)
>  10. Re: Ephemerides for Falcon Heavy hardware? (Marco Langbroek)
>  11. Satellite decay info (Kevin Fetter)
>  12. Re: Ephemerides for Falcon Heavy hardware? (Matija Perne)
>  13. Re: Ephemerides for Falcon Heavy hardware? (Marco Langbroek)
>  14. Re: Ephemerides for Falcon Heavy hardware? (Bill Gray)
>  15. CB Obs February 5, 2018; Photographic (C. Bassa)
>  16. Re: Ephemerides for Falcon Heavy hardware? (Marco Langbroek)
>  17. Re: Ephemerides for Falcon Heavy hardware? (C. Bassa)
>  18. Falcon Heavy launch postponed (Marco Langbroek)
>  19. Re: Falcon Heavy launch postponed (Wolfgang Hamburg)
> 
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> 
> Message: 1
> Date: Mon, 5 Feb 2018 21:57:23 +0100
> From: Leo Barhorst <leobarhorst_at_gmail.com>
> To: Seesat-L <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
> Subject: LB Obs 2018 Feb 05 pm
> Message-ID:
>    <CAJhns-LDGR8-aV-wrGvKJ5H2cYVR+e=H_g4OJvJAL-aCsHVN8g_at_mail.gmail.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="UTF-8"
> 
> It started to clear in the afternoon. A litte time after dark is was
> completely clear.
> 
> Tried to image 43145 18 005A, but nothing was imaged, although
> I have imaged it last month in in almost the same place.
> The pass was in the north at 14 deg elevation.
> 
> A few satellites have higher residualsdue to older TLE's; see below.
> 
> 31702 07 027B   4172 G 20180205173654074 17 25 2025121+460256 37 I
> 31702 07 027B   4172 G 20180205173704071 17 25 2034881+465947 37 F
> 38770 12 048N   4172 G 20180205175156042 17 25 2037759+691557 37 S
> 38770 12 048N   4172 G 20180205175204046 17 25 1955864+725085 37 S
> 22830 93 061H   4172 G 20180205180300423 17 25 1725088+570927 37 S
> 22830 93 061H   4172 G 20180205180310425 17 25 1721428+555042 37 S
> 22830 93 061H   4172 G 20180205180320426 17 25 1718266+543512 37 S
> 14729 84 012D   4172 G 20180205180435450 17 25 1743465+523832 37 S
> 14729 84 012D   4172 G 20180205180440429 17 25 1737453+534725 37 S
> 14729 84 012D   4172 G 20180205180445409 17 25 1730998+545481 37 S
> 25407 98 045B   4172 G 20180205180641426 17 25 1735488+532698 37 S
> 25407 98 045B   4172 G 20180205180650436 17 25 1733166+543995 37 S
> 25407 98 045B   4172 G 20180205180700433 17 25 1730262+560357 37 S
> 25407 98 045B   4172 G 20180205180710435 17 25 1726757+573075 37 S
> 40964 15 058A   4172 G 20180205181200399 17 25 1944397+514252 37 S
> 40964 15 058A   4172 G 20180205181210399 17 25 1946055+530713 37 S
> 40964 15 058A   4172 G 20180205181220401 17 25 1947808+543479 37 S
> 40964 15 058A   4172 G 20180205181230397 17 25 1949722+560585 37 S
> 40981 15 058R   4172 G 20180205181210399 17 25 1944590+521856 37 S
> 40981 15 058R   4172 G 20180205181220401 17 25 1946199+534501 37 S
> 40981 15 058R   4172 G 20180205181230397 17 25 1947957+551435 37 S
> 40981 15 058R   4172 G 20180205181238413 17 25 1949570+562883 37 S
> 21949 92 023A   4172 G 20180205181500400 17 25 2004896+525054 37 S
> 21949 92 023A   4172 G 20180205181510405 17 25 1948013+533461 37 S
> 21949 92 023A   4172 G 20180205181520400 17 25 1931239+540733 37 S
> 28646 05 016A   4172 G 20180205183230434 17 25 2155463+554436 37 S
> 28646 05 016A   4172 G 20180205183240432 17 25 2154513+592250 37 S
> 28646 05 016A   4172 G 20180205183248444 17 25 2153421+622407 37 S
> 36125 09 073B   4172 G 20180205184310406 17 25 2319674+395563 37 S
> 36125 09 073B   4172 G 20180205184320402 17 25 2300246+420572 37 S
> 20788 90 081A   4172 G 20180205184700410 17 25 2321535+380037 37 S
> 20788 90 081A   4172 G 20180205184710417 17 25 2308059+393984 37 S
> 42065 17 011B   4172 G 20180205191815890 17 25 2146170+652319 37 S
> 42065 17 011B   4172 G 20180205191824896 17 25 2134620+672094 37 S
> 42065 17 011B   4172 G 20180205191834899 17 25 2118996+692825 37 S
> 42065 17 011B   4172 G 20180205191842904 17 25 2103600+710579 37 S
> 42058 17 011A   4172 G 20180205191824896 17 25 2144127+660319 37 S
> 42058 17 011A   4172 G 20180205191834899 17 25 2130331+681359 37 S
> 42058 17 011A   4172 G 20180205191844896 17 25 2113292+701923 37 S
> 28537 05 004A   4172 G 20180205192804913 17 25 2025725+701413 37 S
> 28537 05 004A   4172 G 20180205192814914 17 25 2020400+722123 37 S
> 28537 05 004A   4172 G 20180205192824916 17 25 2013362+743094 37 S
> 28541 05 004C   4172 G 20180205192814914 17 25 2022429+710653 37 S
> 28541 05 004C   4172 G 20180205192824916 17 25 2016205+731454 37 S
> 28541 05 004C   4172 G 20180205192834913 17 25 2007936+752480 37 S
> 24841 97 030F   4172 G 20180205193809951 17 25 0037950+464774 37 F
> 24841 97 030F   4172 G 20180205193815927 17 25 0048360+450035 37 F
> 37162 10 046A   4172 G 20180205193914929 17 25 0049008+512144 37 S
> 37162 10 046A   4172 G 20180205193924931 17 25 0042585+484219 37 S
> 37162 10 046A   4172 G 20180205193930949 17 25 0039209+470876 37 S
> 05679 71 110B   4172 G 20180205200113369 17 25 2125949+670351 37 S
> 05679 71 110B   4172 G 20180205200123366 17 25 2137917+685910 37 S
> 20691 90 050C   4172 G 20180205200718397 17 25 2257242+632894 37 S
> 20691 90 050C   4172 G 20180205200723377 17 25 2305415+643302 37 S
> 20691 90 050C   4172 G 20180205200728357 17 25 2313947+653660 37 S
> 20692 90 050D   4172 G 20180205200758394 17 25 2258051+622452 37 S
> 20692 90 050D   4172 G 20180205200803373 17 25 2305390+632361 37 S
> 20692 90 050D   4172 G 20180205200808353 17 25 2313353+642255 37 S
> 28646 05 016A   4172 G 20180205201427335 17 25 2259409+401395 37 S
> 28646 05 016A   4172 G 20180205201433349 17 25 2301206+411908 37 S
> 28646 05 016A   4172 G 20180205201443346 17 25 2304252+431512 37 S
> 28646 05 016A   4172 G 20180205201451355 17 25 2306952+445302 37 S
> 24297 96 051A   4172 G 20180205202658346 17 25 2316740+391992 37 S
> 24297 96 051A   4172 G 20180205202703362 17 25 2322096+391450 37 S
> 20642 90 050E   4172 G 20180205203603375 17 25 2324619+493501 37 S
> 20642 90 050E   4172 G 20180205203613370 17 25 2335468+504741 37 S
> 
> Obs format: http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
> Residuals wrt the latest classfd.tle file before the session start.
> Norad Cospar         Cross-track     delta T      TLE age  range
> 05679 71 110B   | -0.02443 deg   -1.650 sec  17.1 day, 1402.5 km
> 20691 90 050C   |  0.12511 deg    1.462 sec  17.1 day, 1236.1 km
> 20692 90 050D   |  0.12372 deg    7.508 sec  17.1 day, 1278.9 km
> 
> The residuals of the other classified satellites are low.
> 2018 total obs: 753 + 66 = 819
> ************************************************************
> ***************************
> Setup: WATEC 120N, 50 mm F1:1.8, NTP, Celestron Nexstar
> Observations made and reduced with Sattools
> Cospar 4172 ALMERE 52.3713 N 5.2580 E ?3 ASL
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Message: 2
> Date: Mon, 5 Feb 2018 22:18:31 -0500
> From: Bill Gray <pluto_at_projectpluto.com>
> To: SeeSat-L_at_satobs.org
> Subject: Ephemerides for Falcon Heavy hardware?
> Message-ID: <15585478-7e68-aa47-86e5-3473c687eccc_at_projectpluto.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8; format=flowed
> 
> Hello all,
> 
>    A question has come up on the Minor Planet Mailing List
> about the possibility of tracking hardware from the Falcon
> Heavy launch,  especially bits going into heliocentric orbit.
> Problem is,  we don't actually know where to look.  We're
> really more "rock" oriented than "artificial object" oriented,
> so I thought I'd ask opinions on this list (as I've done before
> a few times.)  I made a few comments on MPML about this launch :
> 
> https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/MPML/conversations/messages/33819
> 
>    For various reasons,  we like to get at least a few images of
> any bits and bobs that our species sends into heliocentric orbit.
> We've sometimes seen unexpected parts fall off (there were some
> pieces that we think were ice chunks that came off of the
> Planck/Herschel mission and some unidentified debris from ExoMars,
> for example).  We also would like to be able to identify objects
> should they come back to our neighborhood,  which has happened a
> few times.  We've been able to ID a few such objects,  such as the
> SIV-B stage from Apollo 12 that was temporarily captured in 2003.
> But such identifications are a lot easier if we know what's been
> launched and in what direction it was last seen to be going.
> 
>    So... does anyone have a source of predicted ephemerides for the
> pieces of this launch that will enter heliocentric orbit?
> 
>    And if you get observations,  I will definitely be all ears!
> 
> Thank you,       -- Bill
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Message: 3
> Date: Mon, 5 Feb 2018 19:21:20 -0800
> From: "Derek C Breit" <breit_ideas_at_poyntsource.com>
> To: "Seesat List" <SeeSat-L_at_satobs.org>
> Subject: Brighter flasher in Gemini..
> Message-ID: <CD502113494746418C42572109AEF3A0_at_BREITIDEASObs>
> Content-Type: text/plain;    charset="us-ascii"
> 
> 7:08 PST from Morgan Hill, CA.. i.e. not long ago.. As I looked up to see if the scope was pointed in the vicinity of M35, there was
> a bright - Castor bright - slow moving flasher with an around 4 second period.. It had obviously came up between the stick figure of
> The Twins from the feet.. I saw it just after it passed Castor / Pollux.. Nice Flasher, since it moves slowly.. 
> 
> 
> 
> No idea what it was, but would like to know.. Maybe 25469 - Globalstar MO22.. ?? 
> 
> 
> 
> Derek
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Message: 4
> Date: Tue, 06 Feb 2018 13:24:48 +0930
> From: paully71 <paully71_at_bigpond.com>
> To: Bill Gray <pluto_at_projectpluto.com>, SeeSat-L_at_satobs.org
> Subject: Re: Ephemerides for Falcon Heavy hardware?
> Message-ID: <5A326479081F7E7D_at_smtp.telstra.com> (added by
>    postmaster_at_smtp.telstra.com)
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8
> 
> 
> Hi Bill,
> Here from Australia I have darkness to 20:00ut so if it flys from early in the window at 18:30ut I might be able to image it.
> But I need to know where to point my camera?
> If anyone can give me an idea, I am willing to have a shot at it?
> ThanksPaul Camilleri?
> paully71_at_bigpond.com
> 
> 
> 
> Sent from Samsung tablet.
> -------- Original message --------From: Bill Gray via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org> Date: 6/2/18  12:48  (GMT+09:30) To: SeeSat-L_at_satobs.org Subject: Ephemerides for Falcon Heavy hardware? 
> Hello all,
> 
> ??? A question has come up on the Minor Planet Mailing List
> about the possibility of tracking hardware from the Falcon
> Heavy launch,? especially bits going into heliocentric orbit.
> Problem is,? we don't actually know where to look.? We're
> really more "rock" oriented than "artificial object" oriented,
> so I thought I'd ask opinions on this list (as I've done before
> a few times.)? I made a few comments on MPML about this launch :
> 
> https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/MPML/conversations/messages/33819
> 
> ??? For various reasons,? we like to get at least a few images of
> any bits and bobs that our species sends into heliocentric orbit.
> We've sometimes seen unexpected parts fall off (there were some
> pieces that we think were ice chunks that came off of the
> Planck/Herschel mission and some unidentified debris from ExoMars,
> for example).? We also would like to be able to identify objects
> should they come back to our neighborhood,? which has happened a
> few times.? We've been able to ID a few such objects,? such as the
> SIV-B stage from Apollo 12 that was temporarily captured in 2003.
> But such identifications are a lot easier if we know what's been
> launched and in what direction it was last seen to be going.
> 
> ??? So... does anyone have a source of predicted ephemerides for the
> pieces of this launch that will enter heliocentric orbit?
> 
> ??? And if you get observations,? I will definitely be all ears!
> 
> Thank you,?????? -- Bill
> _______________________________________________
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> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Message: 5
> Date: Mon, 5 Feb 2018 23:02:12 -0600 (CST)
> From: Mike McCants <mmccants_at_prismnet.com>
> To: seesat-l_at_satobs.org
> Subject: Re: Ephemerides for Falcon Heavy hardware?
> Message-ID: <201802060502.w1652CP5016654_at_fnord.prismnet.com>
> 
> There is a press kit at:
> 
> http://www.spacex.com/sites/spacex/files/falconheavypresskit_v1.pdf
> 
> This gives a timeline which includes:
> 
> 00:03:15 2nd stage engine starts
> 00:08:31 2nd stage engine cutoff (SECO-1)
> 
> and
> 
> 00:28:22 2nd stage engine restarts
> 00:28:52 2nd stage engine cutoff (SECO-2)
> 
> I would guess that the 5 minute burn will simply get the payload
> into low Earth orbit.
> 
> Then the 30 second burn will circularlize that orbit.
> 
> The orbit could be anything between 200 to 400 miles.
> 
> Launch window opens at 18:30 UTC.
> 
> If it launches on time, then equator crossing would be about 19:00 UT and
> over Australia about 19:30 UT?  There could be one or two quite bright
> objects?  Easy naked eye visibility?
> 
> Supposedly it will coast for about 6 hours.  This would be about
> four revolution around the Earth.
> 
> "Mission continues on an experimental long coast and third stage two burn to
> target a precessing Earth-Mars elliptical orbit around the sun"
> 
> Perhaps the first burn of the third stage will occur over Hawaii about
> six hours after launch.  Then a second burn of the third stage some minutes
> or hours later to go into the escape orbit.
> 
> The second stage may be cataloged and stay in orbit some days or weeks?
> 
> We could hope that more information would be made available by SpaceX
> as the mission proceeds?
> 
> Mike McCants
> 
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Message: 6
> Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 08:06:39 +0100
> From: Leo Barhorst <leobarhorst_at_gmail.com>
> To: Seesat-L <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
> Subject: LB Obs 2018 Feb 06 am
> Message-ID:
>    <CAJhns-LgegXZFiioiUN-5P0Y9F3goMA=XCNYwcydrJ9M9HEXAg_at_mail.gmail.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="UTF-8"
> 
> A cold and freezing night with good conditions.
> 
> 33446 08 061A   4172 G 20180206041732026 F, P ~ 5 sec. with F-f-F
> 13367 82 072A   4172 G 20180206043642010 F, P ~5 sec.
> 
> Several satellites have higher residuals due to older TLE's, see below.
> 
> 21949 92 023A   4172 G 20180206025554149 17 25 1901250+344345 37 S
> 21949 92 023A   4172 G 20180206025604149 17 25 1851801+331170 37 S
> 28097 03 054C   4172 G 20180206030554117 17 25 1948957+650228 37 S
> 28097 03 054C   4172 G 20180206030604125 17 25 1937850+630279 37 S
> 28097 03 054C   4172 G 20180206030614121 17 25 1928453+610287 37 S
> 35938 09 052B   4172 G 20180206032454147 17 25 1806188+653498 37 S
> 35938 09 052B   4172 G 20180206032504149 17 25 1813514+633408 37 S
> 35938 09 052B   4172 G 20180206032514150 17 25 1819721+613411 37 S
> 17291 87 001B   4172 G 20180206033204160 17 25 2115897+713130 37 S
> 17291 87 001B   4172 G 20180206033214158 17 25 2042270+712918 37 S
> 17291 87 001B   4172 G 20180206033224159 17 25 2008092+710284 37 S
> 37391 11 014B   4172 G 20180206033304160 17 25 2041541+741217 37 S
> 37391 11 014B   4172 G 20180206033314158 17 25 2044186+715218 37 S
> 37391 11 014B   4172 G 20180206033324155 17 25 2046358+693918 37 S
> 37386 11 014A   4172 G 20180206033314158 17 25 2040654+731033 37 S
> 37386 11 014A   4172 G 20180206033324155 17 25 2043366+705333 37 S
> 37386 11 014A   4172 G 20180206033334160 17 25 2045723+684211 37 S
> 26905 01 040A   4172 G 20180206033504161 17 25 1830228+570794 37 S
> 26905 01 040A   4172 G 20180206033514157 17 25 1845421+560735 37 S
> 35937 09 052A   4172 G 20180206033744133 17 25 1833418+592502 37 S
> 35937 09 052A   4172 G 20180206033754130 17 25 1837729+572928 37 S
> 35937 09 052A   4172 G 20180206033804131 17 25 1841542+553555 37 S
> 23908 96 029C   4172 G 20180206034953013 17 25 1631344+214327 37 S
> 23908 96 029C   4172 G 20180206035002024 17 25 1644551+232057 37 S
> 22802 93 059A   4172 G 20180206040222004 17 25 1650853+203853 37 S
> 22802 93 059A   4172 G 20180206040232000 17 25 1702248+223883 37 S
> 31598 07 023A   4172 G 20180206041122017 17 25 1659017+190951 37 S
> 31598 07 023A   4172 G 20180206041132014 17 25 1705613+230649 37 S
> 28095 03 054A   4172 G 20180206041712030 17 25 1708497+250620 37 S
> 28095 03 054A   4172 G 20180206041722028 17 25 1710219+231554 37 S
> 33446 08 061A   4172 G 20180206041732026 17 25 1721237+242924 37 F
> 33446 08 061A   4172 G 20180206041742029 17 25 1707557+211470 37 F
> 38758 12 048A   4172 G 20180206042226014 17 25 1512317+255463 37 S
> 38758 12 048A   4172 G 20180206042232037 17 25 1516215+242857 37 S
> 38758 12 048A   4172 G 20180206042242034 17 25 1522098+220744 37 S
> 38773 12 048P   4172 G 20180206042222031 17 25 1511883+250808 37 S
> 38773 12 048P   4172 G 20180206042232037 17 25 1518007+224606 37 S
> 26906 01 040B   4172 G 20180206042843999 17 25 2011030+704813 37 S
> 26906 01 040B   4172 G 20180206042852005 17 25 2002610+685859 37 S
> 26906 01 040B   4172 G 20180206042902000 17 25 1953831+664128 37 S
> 26906 01 040B   4172 G 20180206042912009 17 25 1946788+642441 37 S
> 13367 82 072A   4172 G 20180206043636993 17 25 1718126+540805 37 S
> 13367 82 072A   4172 G 20180206043642010 17 25 1728155+573274 37 F
> 23862 96 029D   4172 G 20180206043712009 17 25 1722084+562914 37 S
> 23862 96 029D   4172 G 20180206043719028 17 25 1743034+564236 37 S
> 38109 12 014A   4172 G 20180206044302025 17 25 1540731+030942 37 S
> 38109 12 014A   4172 G 20180206044312021 17 25 1531826+015426 37 S
> 38109 12 014A   4172 G 20180206044322028 17 25 1523106+003919 37 S
> 28538 05 004B   4172 G 20180206044413023 17 25 1532760+042447 37 S
> 28538 05 004B   4172 G 20180206044422029 17 25 1536883+025145 37 S
> 28538 05 004B   4172 G 20180206044432025 17 25 1541244+011277 37 F
> 18123 87 053A   4172 G 20180206045142032 17 25 1541928+004766 37 S
> 18123 87 053A   4172 G 20180206045152039 17 25 1541218+031068 37 S
> 28097 03 054C   4172 G 20180206045845766 17 25 1632929+334618 37 S
> 28097 03 054C   4172 G 20180206045855772 17 25 1637718+312605 37 S
> 25306 98 023A   4172 G 20180206050105770 17 25 1620673+441538 37 F
> 03530 68 097A   4172 G 20180206050418765 17 25 1630572+403269 37 S
> 28096 03 054B   4172 G 20180206050426770 17 25 1604540+384202 37 S
> 28096 03 054B   4172 G 20180206050435775 17 25 1615612+401071 37 S
> 28096 03 054B   4172 G 20180206050445776 17 25 1628439+414172 37 S
> 25306 98 023A   4172 G 20180206050105770 17 25 1620673+441538 37 F
> 03530 68 097A   4172 G 20180206050412788 17 25 1621400+435566 37 S
> 03530 68 097A   4172 G 20180206050418765 17 25 1630572+403269 37 S
> 28096 03 054B   4172 G 20180206050426770 17 25 1604540+384202 37 S
> 28096 03 054B   4172 G 20180206050435775 17 25 1615612+401071 37 S
> 28096 03 054B   4172 G 20180206050445776 17 25 1628439+414172 37 S
> 10121 77 059B   4172 G 20180206051626746 17 25 1538972+255863 37 S
> 10121 77 059B   4172 G 20180206051635753 17 25 1543207+222261 37 S
> 39462 13 072A   4172 G 20180206052005756 17 25 1556943+240709 37 S
> 39462 13 072A   4172 G 20180206052015754 17 25 1546309+260944 37 S
> 14552 83 122B   4172 G 20180206052203182 17 25 1827312+481056 37 S
> 35938 09 052B   4172 G 20180206052236762 17 25 1813905+534365 37 S
> 35938 09 052B   4172 G 20180206052245765 17 25 1820348+514429 37 S
> 35938 09 052B   4172 G 20180206052255763 17 25 1826679+493331 37 S
> 15772 85 042D   4172 G 20180206052508756 17 25 1808293+492004 37 S
> 15772 85 042D   4172 G 20180206052515766 17 25 1825131+504111 37 S
> 15772 85 042D   4172 G 20180206052521779 17 25 1839970+514040 37 S
> 31701 07 027A   4172 G 20180206052855770 17 25 1713931-014119 37 S
> 31701 07 027A   4172 G 20180206052905773 17 25 1721490-001381 37 S
> 31701 07 027A   4172 G 20180206052915776 17 25 1729245+011424 37 S
> 31708 07 027C   4172 G 20180206052858757 17 25 1712760-021879 37 S
> 31708 07 027C   4172 G 20180206052905773 17 25 1718044-011824 37 S
> 31708 07 027C   4172 G 20180206052915776 17 25 1725544+000825 37 S
> 31708 07 027C   4172 G 20180206052925772 17 25 1733251+013582 37 S
> 35937 09 052A   4172 G 20180206053335746 17 25 1603084+682111 37 S
> 35937 09 052A   4172 G 20180206053345741 17 25 1626371+663742 37 S
> 35937 09 052A   4172 G 20180206053355748 17 25 1646554+644303 37 S
> 23851 96 024A   4172 G 20180206053420720 17 25 1647835+663820 37 S
> 23851 96 024A   4172 G 20180206053425747 17 25 1635069+645474 37 S
> 23851 96 024A   4172 G 20180206053429731 17 25 1626046+632830 37 S
> 21798 91 082A   4172 G 20180206054115753 17 25 2340930+520032 37 S
> 21798 91 082A   4172 G 20180206054135747 17 25 2319895+531716 37 S
> 23908 96 029C   4172 G 20180206054315754 17 25 2327655+542856 37 S
> 23908 96 029C   4172 G 20180206054325749 17 25 2326282+525103 37 S
> 23908 96 029C   4172 G 20180206054335756 17 25 2325280+511868 37 S
> 23908 96 029C   4172 G 20180206054345754 17 25 2324425+495044 37 S
> 40376 15 003A   4172 G 20180206061138623 17 25 2047888+695640 37 S
> 40376 15 003A   4172 G 20180206061142653 17 25 2027837+693492 37 S
> 39210 13 037C   4172 G 20180206061140663 17 25 2107566+670158 37 S
> 39210 13 037C   4172 G 20180206061150615 17 25 2023665+660450 37 S
> 23233 94 057A   4172 G 20180206061935649 17 25 1910189+364160 37 S
> 23233 94 057A   4172 G 20180206061945646 17 25 1856144+335112 37 S
> 38109 12 014A   4172 G 20180206062309634 17 25 2104495+455373 37 S
> 38109 12 014A   4172 G 20180206062315651 17 25 2058499+463902 37 S
> 38109 12 014A   4172 G 20180206062325653 17 25 2047640+475567 37 S
> 11389 79 050A   4172 G 20180206062905662 17 25 2038336+585420 37 S
> 11389 79 050A   4172 G 20180206062910641 17 25 2024601+580595 37 S
> 11389 79 050A   4172 G 20180206062915659 17 25 2010559+570689 37 S
> 
> Obs format: http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
> Residuals wrt the latest classfd.tle file before the session start.
> Norad Cospar         Cross-track     delta T      TLE age  range
> 35938 09 052B   | -0.00472 deg   -0.661 sec  16.9 day, 1689.0 km
> 26905 01 040A   |  0.08721 deg    2.912 sec  22.5 day, 1321.5 km
> 28096 03 054B   |  0.08706 deg    1.349 sec  18.4 day, 1389.9 km
> 31701 07 027A   |  0.01303 deg    2.134 sec  12.5 day, 1693.1 km
> 31708 07 027C   |  0.05153 deg    2.131 sec  12.5 day, 1696.8 km
> 
> The residuals of the other classified satellites are low.
> 2018 total obs: 819 + 108 + 927
> ************************************************************
> ***************************
> Setup: WATEC 120N, 50 mm F1:1.8, NTP, Celestron Nexstar
> Observations made and reduced with Sattools
> Cospar 4172 ALMERE 52.3713 N 5.2580 E ?3 ASL
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Message: 7
> Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 08:32:02 +0000 (UTC)
> From: Kevin Fetter <kfetter_at_yahoo.com>
> To: <SeeSat-L_at_satobs.org>
> Subject: NOTAM for space X heavy
> Message-ID: <305123129.4414676.1517905922718_at_mail.yahoo.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8
> 
> !FDC 8/5251 (KZJX A0178/18) ZJX FL..AIRSPACE CAPE CANAVERAL FL..TEMPORARY FLT RESTRICTION. PURSUANT TO 14 CFR SECTION 91.143, FLT LIMITATION IN THE PROXIMITY OF SPACE FLT OPS, OPS BY FAA CERT PILOTS OR U.S. REG ACFT ARE PROHIBITED WI AN AREA DEFINED AS 285116N0804219W (OMN141034.4) TO 290730N0803000W (OMN108033.9) THEN CLOCKWISE VIA A 30 NM ARC CENTERED AT 283703N0803647W (OMN147048.7) TO 281330N0801600W (OMN145078.4) TO 282501N0803029W (OMN149061.9) TO 282501N0803759W (OMN155058.8) TO 282501N0804144W (OMN157057.4) TO 283121N0804349W (OMN157050.9) TO 283801N0804701W (OMN157043.7) TO 284910N0805044W (OMN154032.2) TO 285116N0804714W (OMN148031.8) TO POINT OF ORIGIN. SFC-FL180. MIAMI / ZMA / ARTCC, PHONE 305-716-1589, IS THE FAA COORDINATION FACILITY. THIS AREA ENCOMPASSES R2932, R2933, R2934, AND PORTIONS OF W137F, W137G, W497A. ADDITIONAL WARNING AND RESTRICTED AREAS WILL BE ACT. PILOTS MUST CONSULT ALL NOTAMS REGARDING THIS OP AND MAY CONTACT ZMA FOR CURRENT AIRSPACE STATU!
 S.!
>  1802061755-1802062138
> 
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Message: 8
> Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 08:34:19 +0000 (UTC)
> From: Kevin Fetter <kfetter_at_yahoo.com>
> To: <SeeSat-L_at_satobs.org>
> Subject: NOTAM for space X heavy
> Message-ID: <1798629539.4458028.1517906059192_at_mail.yahoo.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8
> 
> http://tfr.faa.gov/save_pages/detail_8_5252.html
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Message: 9
> Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 11:57:45 +0100
> From: Marco Langbroek <marco_at_langbroek.org>
> To: Kevin Fetter <kfetter_at_yahoo.com>, SeeSat-L_at_satobs.org
> Subject: Re: NOTAM for space X heavy
> Message-ID: <75518ee5-4506-6ac2-d5b3-6531d324b534_at_langbroek.org>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8
> 
> Op 6-2-2018 om 09:32 schreef Kevin Fetter via Seesat-l:
>> !FDC 8/5251 (KZJX A0178/18) ZJX FL..AIRSPACE CAPE CANAVERAL FL..TEMPORARY FLT RESTRICTION. PURSUANT TO 14 CFR SECTION 91.143, FLT LIMITATION IN THE PROXIMITY OF SPACE FLT OPS, OPS BY FAA CERT PILOTS OR U.S. REG ACFT ARE PROHIBITED WI AN AREA DEFINED AS 285116N0804219W (OMN141034.4) TO 290730N0803000W (OMN108033.9) THEN CLOCKWISE VIA A 30 NM ARC CENTERED AT 283703N0803647W (OMN147048.7) TO 281330N0801600W (OMN145078.4) TO 282501N0803029W (OMN149061.9) TO 282501N0803759W (OMN155058.8) TO 282501N0804144W (OMN157057.4) TO 283121N0804349W (OMN157050.9) TO 283801N0804701W (OMN157043.7) TO 284910N0805044W (OMN154032.2) TO 285116N0804714W (OMN148031.8) TO POINT OF ORIGIN. SFC-FL180. MIAMI / ZMA / ARTCC, PHONE 305-716-1589, IS THE FAA COORDINATION FACILITY. THIS AREA ENCOMPASSES R2932, R2933, R2934, AND PORTIONS OF W137F, W137G, W497A. ADDITIONAL WARNING AND RESTRICTED AREAS WILL BE ACT. PILOTS MUST CONSULT ALL NOTAMS REGARDING THIS OP AND MAY CONTACT ZMA FOR CURRENT AIRSPACE STAT!
 U!
> S.!
>>  1802061755-1802062138
> 
> 
> Here is the equivalent Maritime Broadcast Warning (which I always find more easy
> to read).
> 
> - Marco
> 
> 
> NAVAREA IV 104/18
> 
> WESTERN NORTH ATLANTIC.
> FLORIDA.
> 1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS, ROCKET LAUNCHING
> 061825Z TO 062138Z FEB, ALTERNATE
> 071825Z TO 072138Z FEB IN AREAS BOUND BY:
> A. 28-38N 080-42W, 28-40N 080-41W,
> 28-49N 080-32W, 28-43N 080-29W,
> 29-01N 078-31W, 28-37N 078-35W,
> 28-36N 078-36W, 28-26N 080-18W,
> 28-25N 080-29W, 28-26N 080-35W.
> B. 29-05N 078-30W, 29-24N 071-26W,
> 29-00N 071-16W, 28-36N 078-35W.
> 2. CANCEL THIS MSG 072238Z FEB 18.//
> 
> Authority: EASTERN RANGE 262046Z JAN 18.
> 
> Date: 010341Z FEB 18
> Cancel: 07223800 Feb 18
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Message: 10
> Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 13:36:45 +0100
> From: Marco Langbroek <marco_at_langbroek.org>
> To: Mike McCants <mmccants_at_prismnet.com>, seesat-l_at_satobs.org
> Subject: Re: Ephemerides for Falcon Heavy hardware?
> Message-ID: <50e93bc4-7dc9-a2f0-2559-3e03deda98de_at_langbroek.org>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8
> 
> Op 6-2-2018 om 06:02 schreef Mike McCants via Seesat-l:
>> There is a press kit at:
>> 
>> http://www.spacex.com/sites/spacex/files/falconheavypresskit_v1.pdf
>> 
>> This gives a timeline which includes:
>> 
>> 00:03:15 2nd stage engine starts
>> 00:08:31 2nd stage engine cutoff (SECO-1)
>> 
>> and
>> 
>> 00:28:22 2nd stage engine restarts
>> 00:28:52 2nd stage engine cutoff (SECO-2)
>> 
>> I would guess that the 5 minute burn will simply get the payload
>> into low Earth orbit.
>> 
>> Then the 30 second burn will circularlize that orbit.
>> 
>> The orbit could be anything between 200 to 400 miles.
> 
> 
> Elon Musk has stated that the 6-hour coasting is to demonstrate the ability of
> the Falcon Heavy to directly insert into GEO. Note that Musk has also said
> something about a risk posed by 6 hour long coasting in the Van Allen belt. So
> it will not coast in LEO.
> 
> So in my reading of the press kit, it would be an initial ascend into LEO (at
> say ~200 km altitude apogee) towards its first nodal crossing: and the burn
> 00:28:52 after launch would then correspond to an insertion burn into something
> GTO-like at the first nodal crossing, over Africa (the timing agrees to a burn
> at the first nodal crossing for an ~200 km initial orbit insert).
> 
> So something (*very approximately only*) like this 200 * 36000 km GTO orbit:
> 
> FALCON H SECO 2 option 1
> 1 70000U 18999A   18037.79087963  .00000000  00000-0  00000-0 0    04
> 2 70000 023.4400 077.4998 7311824 000.5329 359.9906 02.26675333    07
> 
> The problem with this, as Jonathan McDowell has pointed out, is that a 3rd boost
> into heliocentric orbit after 6 hours (half an orbit) near 01:00 UT at apogee of
> such a GTO-like orbit, would boost it into the inner solar system, not out
> towards Mars orbit. Unless they boost 180 degrees opposite to the orbital
> direction of movement at that moment (but that would be odd).
> 
> So Jonathan's proposal of a lower ~200 x 20000 km orbit and 3rd burn around
> 00:50 UT into heliocentric Mars-bound orbit at perigee of this alternative
> orbit, after one full revolution, might be an option. Something (*very
> approximate only*) like this:
> 
> FALCON H SECO 2 option 2
> 1 70001U 18999A   18037.79087963  .00000000  00000-0  00000-0 0    05
> 2 70001 023.4400 077.4998 6006829 000.5329 359.9829 04.10387945    01
> 
> This would also have it coast through the center of the Van Allen belt.
> 
> After the 3rd boost, the resulting heliocentric orbit would then be an Apollo
> orbit, something *extremely approximately only* like this, based on the average
> of the 380-450 million km earth distance mentioned by Musk:
> 
> Tp   2458156.53472
> q    0.986  AU
> a    1.37   AU
> e    0.28
> i    0.0-1.5
> om   360.0
> node 137.938
> Q    1.75 AU
> 
> Note: this is all conjecture and certainly not accurately enough to point a
> telescope at the heliocentric departure orbit.
> 
> 
> - Marco
> 
> 
> 
> -----
> Dr Marco Langbroek  -  SatTrackCam Leiden, the Netherlands.
> e-mail: sattrackcam_at_langbroek.org
> 
> Cospar 4353 (Leiden):     52.15412 N, 4.49081 E (WGS84), +0 m ASL
> Cospar 4355 (Cronesteyn): 52.13878 N, 4.49937 E (WGS84), -2 m ASL
> Station (b)log: http://sattrackcam.blogspot.com
> Twitter: _at_Marco_Langbroek
> -----
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Message: 11
> Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 13:20:16 +0000 (UTC)
> From: Kevin Fetter <kfetter_at_yahoo.com>
> To: <SeeSat-L_at_satobs.org>
> Subject: Satellite decay info
> Message-ID: <419991681.4579524.1517923216442_at_mail.yahoo.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8
> 
> http://www.aerospace.org/cords/reentry-predictions/upcoming-reentries-2-2/gslv-rocket-body/
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Message: 12
> Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 14:47:53 +0100
> From: Matija Perne <matija.perne_at_guest.arnes.si>
> To: seesat-l_at_satobs.org
> Subject: Re: Ephemerides for Falcon Heavy hardware?
> Message-ID:
>    <CANte-UE_s1RNo5086fasOX-JvECe-Tsw+fGB1tinGJJ2nj-ADg_at_mail.gmail.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="UTF-8"
> 
> 2018-02-06 13:36 GMT+01:00 Marco Langbroek via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>:
>> Elon Musk has stated that the 6-hour coasting is to demonstrate the ability of
>> the Falcon Heavy to directly insert into GEO. Note that Musk has also said
>> something about a risk posed by 6 hour long coasting in the Van Allen belt. So
>> it will not coast in LEO.
>> 
>> So in my reading of the press kit, it would be an initial ascend into LEO (at
>> say ~200 km altitude apogee) towards its first nodal crossing: and the burn
>> 00:28:52 after launch would then correspond to an insertion burn into something
>> GTO-like at the first nodal crossing, over Africa (the timing agrees to a burn
>> at the first nodal crossing for an ~200 km initial orbit insert).
>> 
>> So something (*very approximately only*) like this 200 * 36000 km GTO orbit:
>> 
>> FALCON H SECO 2 option 1
>> 1 70000U 18999A   18037.79087963  .00000000  00000-0  00000-0 0    04
>> 2 70000 023.4400 077.4998 7311824 000.5329 359.9906 02.26675333    07
>> 
>> The problem with this, as Jonathan McDowell has pointed out, is that a 3rd boost
>> into heliocentric orbit after 6 hours (half an orbit) near 01:00 UT at apogee of
>> such a GTO-like orbit, would boost it into the inner solar system, not out
>> towards Mars orbit. Unless they boost 180 degrees opposite to the orbital
>> direction of movement at that moment (but that would be odd).
>> 
>> So Jonathan's proposal of a lower ~200 x 20000 km orbit and 3rd burn around
>> 00:50 UT into heliocentric Mars-bound orbit at perigee of this alternative
>> orbit, after one full revolution, might be an option. Something (*very
>> approximate only*) like this:
>> 
>> FALCON H SECO 2 option 2
>> 1 70001U 18999A   18037.79087963  .00000000  00000-0  00000-0 0    05
>> 2 70001 023.4400 077.4998 6006829 000.5329 359.9829 04.10387945    01
>> 
>> This would also have it coast through the center of the Van Allen belt.
>> 
>> After the 3rd boost, the resulting heliocentric orbit would then be an Apollo
>> orbit, something *extremely approximately only* like this, based on the average
>> of the 380-450 million km earth distance mentioned by Musk:
>> 
>> Tp   2458156.53472
>> q    0.986  AU
>> a    1.37   AU
>> e    0.28
>> i    0.0-1.5
>> om   360.0
>> node 137.938
>> Q    1.75 AU
>> 
>> Note: this is all conjecture and certainly not accurately enough to point a
>> telescope at the heliocentric departure orbit.
>> 
>> 
>> - Marco
> 
> I believe one way of reaching an Apollo orbit like the one proposed is
> boosting the object in the direction of Earth's travel around the Sun.
> A GTO-like orbit that is reached through an insertion burn over Africa
> 00:28:52 after launch has its apogee in front of the Earth, generally
> speaking. Assuming the boost to heliocentric orbit is approximately
> parallel with the direction of travel, it would thus happen on the way
> towards the apogee of the GTO-like orbit. For the rocket to be there 6
> hours after launch, the GTO-like orbit could have its apogee higher
> than a GTO would, so it is not reached yet by then.
> 
> Matija
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Message: 13
> Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 15:00:15 +0100
> From: Marco Langbroek <marco_at_langbroek.org>
> To: Matija Perne <matija.perne_at_guest.arnes.si>, "satelliet lijst
>    (SeeSat)" <SeeSat-L_at_satobs.org>
> Subject: Re: Ephemerides for Falcon Heavy hardware?
> Message-ID: <1a8c254b-bec3-c2fd-ffed-ab5ad60f0377_at_langbroek.org>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8
> 
> Op 6-2-2018 om 14:47 schreef Matija Perne via Seesat-l:
> 
>> I believe one way of reaching an Apollo orbit like the one proposed is
>> boosting the object in the direction of Earth's travel around the Sun.
>> A GTO-like orbit that is reached through an insertion burn over Africa
>> 00:28:52 after launch has its apogee in front of the Earth, generally
>> speaking. Assuming the boost to heliocentric orbit is approximately
>> parallel with the direction of travel, it would thus happen on the way
>> towards the apogee of the GTO-like orbit. For the rocket to be there 6
>> hours after launch, the GTO-like orbit could have its apogee higher
>> than a GTO would, so it is not reached yet by then.
> 
> For a perigee boost in the second 200 x 20000 option, it would indeed be boosted
> into a direction more or less parallel to earth movement.
> 
> For the first option with boost at apogee of a 200 x 36000 km GTO, it distinctly
> would not, which is why that option appears illogical.
> 
> - Marco
> 
> 
> -----
> Dr Marco Langbroek  -  SatTrackCam Leiden, the Netherlands.
> e-mail: sattrackcam_at_langbroek.org
> 
> Cospar 4353 (Leiden):     52.15412 N, 4.49081 E (WGS84), +0 m ASL
> Cospar 4355 (Cronesteyn): 52.13878 N, 4.49937 E (WGS84), -2 m ASL
> Station (b)log: http://sattrackcam.blogspot.com
> Twitter: _at_Marco_Langbroek
> -----
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Message: 14
> Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 10:30:53 -0500
> From: Bill Gray <pluto_at_projectpluto.com>
> To: SeeSat-L_at_satobs.org
> Subject: Re: Ephemerides for Falcon Heavy hardware?
> Message-ID: <feb2ac59-7ab3-7a01-6ab5-7b921b977203_at_projectpluto.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8; format=flowed
> 
>    My thanks to all for the comments on this,  on and off
> list.  As I mentioned previously,  I'm working slightly outside
> my trade here; it's good to get some informed commentary.
> 
>    There are some excellent reasons for thinking the burn
> putting the object into heliocentric orbit would occur at
> perigee,  foremost among them the fact that it takes _immensely_
> less fuel to do so.  I don't know if this hardware has anything
> even close to what it takes to put everything first into a
> GTO (well,  more like transfer to a twelve-hour circular orbit
> like a GPS/GLONASS sat),  then boost from apogee to get into
> heliocentric orbit.
> 
>    The general rule (true for everything I've seen thus far)
> is that you boost the object as much as possible as close to
> the earth as possible.
> 
>    Quite aside from that,  as has been pointed out,  an apogee
> burn would be in the wrong direction,  putting you in the inner
> solar system.
> 
>    Unfortunately,  we still don't really know where you'd point
> a telescope to find booster and payload.  Best I'm hoping for,
> right now,  is that we get TLEs for the semi-GTO orbit.  Then
> we figure out:  "if you were in that orbit and coming back to
> perigee,  and applied some delta-V right at perigee,  what
> would your resulting orbit be?"
> 
>    Since that boost will be on the daytime side of the earth,
> we'd then have to wait a bit and hope that somebody spots the
> booster and payload,  fairly high up by the time they become
> visible,  as they head off into the morning sky.
> 
>    It also could happen that one of the big asteroid surveys
> would just stumble across them (I doubt they'd do any deliberate
> targeting).  They've done so,  but not often.  Much as rocks
> a few meters across can usually hit us without being spotted
> on the way in,  artificial objects of similar size can usually
> reverse the process and go similarly unnoticed.
> 
> Thanks!            -- Bill
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Message: 15
> Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 16:38:43 +0100
> From: "C. Bassa" <cgbsat_at_gmail.com>
> To: Seesat-L <SeeSat-L_at_satobs.org>
> Subject: CB Obs February 5, 2018; Photographic
> Message-ID:
>    <CAL65GdcGOmbbjbQ-H3CaFdzz5Fb6EPDpDEuMFzSwB1gmyWwYYg_at_mail.gmail.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="UTF-8"
> 
> Nice cold weather gave for excellent conditions to perform a horizon
> to horizon geobelt scan. No luck identifying the two unknowns.
> 
> 05205 71 039B   4171 E 20180205225529299 27 25 0656410-060081 17 S
> 05205 71 039B   4171 E 20180205225546320 27 25 0656686-060125 17 S
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> 11397 79 053A   4171 E 20180205225135328 27 25 0755782-002248 17 S
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> 12930 81 107A   4171 E 20180205230516300 27 25 0517865+004778 17 S
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> 20205 89 069D   4171 E 20180205224114284 27 25 0954579-000149 17 S
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> 41746 16 052C   4171 E 20180205230459280 27 25 0513433-064690 17 S
> 41746 16 052C   4171 E 20180205230516300 27 25 0513712-064667 17 S
> 41746 16 052C   4171 E 20180205230533321 27 25 0513992-064654 17 S
> 41746 16 052C   4171 E 20180205230550256 27 25 0514276-064627 17 S
> 41746 16 052C   4171 E 20180205230607276 27 25 0514551-064614 17 S
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> 41879 16 075A   4171 E 20180205222957254 27 25 1137441-070635 17 S
> 41879 16 075A   4171 E 20180205223014275 27 25 1137720-070635 17 S
> 41879 16 075A   4171 E 20180205223031296 27 25 1138005-070630 17 S
> 41879 16 075A   4171 E 20180205223048316 27 25 1138282-070631 17 S
> 41879 16 075A   4171 E 20180205223115273 27 25 1138788-070609 17 S
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> 99470 18 536B   4171 E 20180205225428300 27 25 0742906-032328 17 S
> 99470 18 536B   4171 E 20180205225445321 27 25 0743186-032310 17 S
> 99470 18 536B   4171 E 20180205225502256 27 25 0743466-032291 17 S
> 
> ------------------------------------------------------------------
> Setup: EOS70D, 85mm F/1.4, 10s _at_ 800ISO, NexStar mount, NTP timing
> IOD format: http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
> COSPAR 4171: 52.8344N, 6.3785E, 10m (WGS84)
> ------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> Regards,
>   Cees
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Message: 16
> Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 17:00:26 +0100
> From: Marco Langbroek <marco_at_langbroek.org>
> To: Mike McCants <mmccants_at_prismnet.com>, seesat-l_at_satobs.org
> Subject: Re: Ephemerides for Falcon Heavy hardware?
> Message-ID: <a15433bb-ca93-0c2b-8e20-be5b06d4fcbd_at_langbroek.org>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8
> 
> Op 6-2-2018 om 13:36 schreef Marco Langbroek via Seesat-
>> FALCON H SECO 2 option 1
>> 1 70000U 18999A   18037.79087963  .00000000  00000-0  00000-0 0    04
>> 2 70000 023.4400 077.4998 7311824 000.5329 359.9906 02.26675333    07
> [...]
>> FALCON H SECO 2 option 2
>> 1 70001U 18999A   18037.79087963  .00000000  00000-0  00000-0 0    05
>> 2 70001 023.4400 077.4998 6006829 000.5329 359.9829 04.10387945    01
> 
> 
> 
> Apologies: rather more like:
> 
> FALCON H SECO 2 option 1
> 1 70001U 18999A   18037.79087963  .00000000  00000-0  00000-0 0    05
> 2 70001 023.4400 258.4118 7311824 179.5344 359.9906 02.26675333    02
> 
> FALCON H SECO 2 option 2
> 1 70002U 18999A   18037.79087963  .00000000  00000-0  00000-0 0    06
> 2 70002 023.4400 258.4118 6006829 179.5344 359.9829 04.10387945    06
> 
> - Marco
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Message: 17
> Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 17:34:27 +0100
> From: "C. Bassa" <cgbsat_at_gmail.com>
> To: Bill Gray <pluto_at_projectpluto.com>
> Cc: Seesat-L <SeeSat-L_at_satobs.org>
> Subject: Re: Ephemerides for Falcon Heavy hardware?
> Message-ID:
>    <CAL65Gdeoo-UB5YmJ+BZkqnSRQtz08d3GqjVSUCpy2VO3sBpHww_at_mail.gmail.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="UTF-8"
> 
> Hi all,
> 
> Below are a set of search orbits bracketing the expected range in
> orbital parameters for the post SECO-2 orbit. These are valid from
> 19:00UT onwards, assuming an 18:30UT launch. Best visibility is for
> Australia.
> 
> Looking at the JSpOC elements of a few of the Falcon 9 GTO launches,
> their target orbits and SECO-2 burns had these characteristics:
> 
> NORAD Launch time          Object                 Orbit
> SECO-2 after launch      Dur(s)
> 42985 2017-10-30T19:34:00  Koreasat 5A            263x50043_at_22.10
> 26:45-27:52 (1605-1672)  67
> 42968 2017-10-11T22:53:00  SES-11/EchoStar 105    225x40575_at_27.65
> 26:59-27:58 (1619-1678)  59
> 42819 2017-07-05T23:38:00  Intelsat 35e           282x42637_at_26.19
> 26:18-27:10 (1578-1630)  52
> Heavy 2018-02-06T18:30:00  Tesla Roadster         ??
> 28:22-28:52 (1702-1732)  30
> 
> So all GTO burns happened about 1600 to 1700 seconds after launch and
> took 52 to 67 seconds, injecting the payload into super synchronous
> orbits with a varied range of inclinations. Interestingly, the longest
> SECO-2 burn was for Koreasat 5A, which had a lower inclination orbit
> than the others.
> 
> The Falcon Heavy has a shorter burn and performs the burn later. The
> shorter burn is consistent with the suggested lower apogee, and fits
> the idea that the escape burn occurs at perigee. The later arrival at
> the second burn may suggest the initial orbit is higher than for
> standard GTO launches, that the burn point is not on the equator, or
> that the Falcon Heavy generally follows a different (slower) ascent
> trajectory.
> 
> Propagating the JSpOC elements of the 3 previous Falcon 9 launches to
> the Falcon Heavy SECO-2 time yields these elements:
> 
> 1 79001U 18500A   18037.79087963  .00000000  00000-0  00000-0 0    02
> 2 79001  22.0368 244.7054 7887361 178.9007   1.1099  1.54810198    05
> 1 79002U 18500A   18037.79087963  .00000000  00000-0  00000-0 0    03
> 2 79002  27.8760 246.1347 7502691 178.1618   0.9580  1.97956939    09
> 1 79003U 18500A   18037.79087963  .00000000  00000-0  00000-0 0    04
> 2 79003  25.8460 245.4066 7607674 177.5602   1.0239  1.86324850    00
> 
> These are pretty consistent with a RA of the ascending node of 245.5
> deg, argument of perigee near 180 deg, and mean anomaly at 0
> deg. Using a range in inclination, apogee and RAAN, I generate the
> search orbits below.
> 
> These search orbits have good visibility from Australia shortly after
> insertion. A detection of the upper stage during this part of the
> orbit would allow us to constrain the orbital inclination.
> 
> Regards,
>    Cees
> 
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> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Message: 18
> Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 18:31:53 +0100
> From: Marco Langbroek <marco_at_langbroek.org>
> To: "satelliet lijst (SeeSat)" <SeeSat-L_at_satobs.org>, Paul Camilleri
>    <paully71_at_bigpond.com>
> Subject: Falcon Heavy launch postponed
> Message-ID: <896fa1aa-cefc-d38d-1f68-42442ea4e8c4_at_langbroek.org>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8
> 
> 
> 
> The launch is postponed to 19:20 UT. Reason is heavy wind.
> 
> - Marco
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Message: 19
> Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 18:42:03 +0100
> From: Wolfgang Hamburg <W.H_at_mburg.org>
> To: seesat-l_at_satobs.org
> Subject: Re: Falcon Heavy launch postponed
> Message-ID: <24c19545-92f8-8ae7-4506-01c93e699cd4_at_mburg.org>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8; format=flowed
> 
>> Am 06.02.2018 um 18:31 schrieb Marco Langbroek via Seesat-l:
>> 
>> 
>> The launch is postponed to 19:20 UT. Reason is heavy wind.
>> 
> Now 19:50UT!
> 
> 
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> 
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