Re: USA 276

From: Marco Langbroek via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Wed, 19 Jul 2017 13:55:46 +0200
The following updated orbit is based on observations by Leo Barhorst, Russell
Eberst, Andriy Makeyev and Marco Langbroek:

USA 276                                                  386 x 409 km
1 42689U 17022A   17200.04854812 0.00005401  00000-0  73418-4 0    03
2 42689  50.0070 234.7519 0016669 320.9328  39.0436 15.56718056    08

rms 0.020                        from 18 obs Jul 17.01 - Jul 19.06 UT

I was less lucky last night than Leo and had a very unfortunate field of clouds
passing by during the USA 276 pass. I did see it briefly flare very brightly
however through the clouds near 01:32:47 UT. From the look of it, must have been
at least -3 (looked similar to the ISS).

- Marco


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