CB Obs January 5, 2013

From: C. Bassa (cgbsat@gmail.com)
Date: Sat Jan 05 2013 - 22:15:12 UTC

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    Meagre conditions with ever present thin clouds.
    
    11731 80 019C   4553 F 20130105170550503 17 25 0736902+680906 37 S
    11731 80 019C   4553 F 20130105170600511 17 25 0718100+655704 37 S
    11745 80 019G   4553 F 20130105171250519 17 25 0833240+720947 37 S
    11745 80 019G   4553 F 20130105171300498 17 25 0826585+693089 37 S
    11745 80 019G   4553 F 20130105171310508 17 25 0821882+670016 37 S
    21799 91 076C   4553 F 20130105180330486 17 25 0847623+735060 37 S
    21799 91 076C   4553 F 20130105180340486 17 25 0848061+710248 37 S
    21799 91 076C   4553 F 20130105180350486 17 25 0848761+682413 37 S
    21808 91 076D   4553 F 20130105180203128 17 25 0833567+740664 37 S
    21808 91 076D   4553 F 20130105180210488 17 25 0836079+720105 37 S
    21808 91 076D   4553 F 20130105180220488 17 25 0838539+691882 37 S
    21808 91 076D   4553 F 20130105180226887 17 25 0839902+674028 37 S
    21809 91 076E   4553 F 20130105184610507 17 25 1134150+725906 37 S
    21809 91 076E   4553 F 20130105184620508 17 25 1112562+705970 37 S
    21809 91 076E   4553 F 20130105184630519 17 25 1055772+685826 37 S
    21809 91 076E   4553 F 20130105184640508 17 25 1042591+665586 37 S
    23862 96 029D   4553 F 20130105170000515 17 25 0759374+683499 37 S
    23862 96 029D   4553 F 20130105170010514 17 25 0742699+664409 37 S
    23862 96 029D   4553 F 20130105170020514 17 25 0729219+644786 37 S
    23862 96 029D   4553 F 20130105170026594 17 25 0721930+633706 37 S
    23908 96 029C   4553 F 20130105174540506 17 25 0630258+654981 37 S
    23908 96 029C   4553 F 20130105174550494 17 25 0623720+632076 37 S
    28637 05 011B   4553 F 20130105170310513 17 25 0735739+683075 37 S
    28637 05 011B   4553 F 20130105170317452 17 25 0759305+685735 37 S
    33490 09 001A   4553 F 20130105193839732 17 25 0552524-040469 27 S
    33490 09 001A   4553 F 20130105193939742 17 25 0553537-040422 27 S
    33490 09 001A   4553 F 20130105194039717 17 25 0554548-040395 27 S
    33490 09 001A   4553 F 20130105194139713 17 25 0555543-040350 27 S
    33490 09 001A   4553 F 20130105194239713 17 25 0556548-040316 27 S
    35815 09 047A   4553 F 20130105193309106 17 25 0540080-070293 27 S
    35815 09 047A   4553 F 20130105193409109 17 25 0541088-070284 27 S
    35815 09 047A   4553 F 20130105193509099 17 25 0542089-070277 27 S
    35815 09 047A   4553 F 20130105193609086 17 25 0543087-070270 27 S
    35815 09 047A   4553 F 20130105193709117 17 25 0544092-070265 27 S
    99041 13 505A   4553 F 20130105170819081 17 25 0739629+680131 37 S
    99041 13 505A   4553 F 20130105170820861 17 25 0749532+681202 37 S
    99041 13 505A   4553 F 20130105170822530 17 25 0758793+681979 37 S
    99041 13 505A   4553 F 20130105170824390 17 25 0809010+682596 37 S
    99041 13 505A   4553 F 20130105170825690 17 25 0816255+682872 37 S
    
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    Setup: Watec 902H2 video, 50mm F/1.8 & 100mm F/2.8, NTP, Nexstar SLT
    mount, IOD format: http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
    COSPAR 4553: 53.3199N, 2.2438W, 86m (WGS84)
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    NOTES:
    ------
    (1) Searched for but did not see the 99039/99040 unknown. It could've
        been outside my field of view or too faint, so the search
        continues. Mike McCants provided me with the following search
        elements, though suggests the mean motion could still be lower.
    
    Unknown 121215
    1 99991U 12850A   13004.70119845 0.00000000  00000-0  00000-0 0    09
    2 99991  98.3600  26.9584 0006000 171.7476 188.2523 14.77784821    06
    Unknown 121215
    1 99991U 12850A   13004.70115215 0.00000000  00000-0  00000-0 0    06
    2 99991  98.5200  27.5644 0004000   1.7476 358.2523 14.72766221    06
    Unknown 121215
    1 99991U 12850A   13004.70108039 0.00000000  00000-0  00000-0 0    02
    2 99991  98.6800  28.2444 0004000   1.7476 358.2523 14.67748721    08
    
    (2) Yet another unknown in a sun synchronous orbit was seen. This one
        was quite bright (estimated at +4 mag). The orbit seems to match
        that of SAR Lupe 3 for which the last elements are 480 days
        old. Using that elset and fitting for RAAN and MA yields this
        elset which hopefully is accurate enough to recover it:
    
    1 99041U          11257.16744766  .00000000  00000-0  16722-4 0    05
    2 99041  98.1563 210.9473 0004000  42.2001 153.8445 15.27565737    04
    
    Regards,
       Cees
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