CB Obs January 28, 2013, part 2

From: C. Bassa (cgbsat@gmail.com)
Date: Mon Jan 28 2013 - 22:12:20 UTC

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    CB Obs January 28, 2013, part 2
    
    This is the second and final part of the observations of January 28.
    
    10502 77 112A   4553 F 20130128062827996 17 25 0041402+693350 37 S
    10502 77 112A   4553 F 20130128062833469 17 25 0025339+664769 37 S
    10502 77 112A   4553 F 20130128062840690 17 25 0010380+632070 37 S
    13791 83 008A   4553 F 20130128063254166 17 25 0027601+664329 37 S
    19460 88 078A   4553 F 20130128062214159 17 25 2322651+442522 37 S
    19460 88 078A   4553 F 20130128062224170 17 25 2311651+435518 37 S
    19460 88 078A   4553 F 20130128062234179 17 25 2300708+431915 37 S
    23533 95 015A   4553 F 20130128055034165 17 25 2228849+440138 37 S
    23533 95 015A   4553 F 20130128055044173 17 25 2219812+441105 37 S
    23533 95 015A   4553 F 20130128055054173 17 25 2210279+441758 37 S
    23533 95 015A   4553 F 20130128055104173 17 25 2200299+441966 37 S
    26907 01 040C   4553 F 20130128070354180 17 25 0015088+641215 37 S
    26907 01 040C   4553 F 20130128070404193 17 25 0005468+622786 37 S
    26907 01 040C   4553 F 20130128070414180 17 25 2357245+604480 37 S
    28096 03 054B   4553 F 20130128070014181 17 25 2344282+640833 37 I
    28096 03 054B   4553 F 20130128070024181 17 25 2335039+622959 37 I
    28096 03 054B   4553 F 20130128070034173 17 25 2326968+605068 37 I
    28096 03 054B   4553 F 20130128070044181 17 25 2319994+591200 37 I
    33244 08 036A   4553 F 20130128063544153 17 25 2257234+481288 37 S
    37386 11 014A   4553 F 20130128060144168 17 25 0001825+691583 37 S
    37386 11 014A   4553 F 20130128060154168 17 25 2342544+674668 37 S
    37386 11 014A   4553 F 20130128060204168 17 25 2325990+661090 37 S
    37391 11 014B   4553 F 20130128060154168 17 25 2354099+684006 37 S
    37391 11 014B   4553 F 20130128060204168 17 25 2336005+670808 37 S
    37391 11 014B   4553 F 20130128060214180 17 25 2320472+653048 37 S
    99042 13 528A   4553 F 20130128071202997 17 25 0020837+534242 37 R
    99042 13 528A   4553 F 20130128071206997 17 25 0015809+530145 37 R
    99042 13 528A   4553 F 20130128071208917 17 25 0013385+524105 37 R
    99042 13 528A   4553 F 20130128071210996 17 25 0011122+522023 37 R
    99042 13 528A   4553 F 20130128071212917 17 25 0008795+515949 37 R
    99042 13 528A   4553 F 20130128071214956 17 25 0006490+513913 37 R
    99042 13 528A   4553 F 20130128071216996 17 25 0004296+511786 37 R
    99042 13 528A   4553 F 20130128071218977 17 25 0002090+505719 37 R
    99042 13 528A   4553 F 20130128071222996 17 25 2358041+501667 37 R
    
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    Setup: Watec 902H2 video, 50mm F/1.8, 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:
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    (1) The 99042 unknown is puzzling. Each observation represents a flash
        indicating a flash period of 1.999 seconds. Fitting a circular
        orbit suggests a NOSS like orbit:
    
    1 99042U          13028.30015042  .00000000  00000-0  50000-3 0    04
    2 99042  64.3351 134.8486 0000000   0.0000  99.9521 14.33233022    00
    
        However, with the flash period so close to an integer number of
        seconds I am worrying that it may have been an airplane. ADS-B
        tracking sites do not indicate that one was in this part of the
        sky, but not all aircraft are tracked.
    
    Regards,
       Cees
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