Unid sat obs = globalstar satellite being moved

From: Kevin Fetter via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Mon, 22 Jun 2015 07:11:04 -0700
I had aimed at a certain of sky, and played what will come by during the night.

All sat's were ID, minus one. Nothing is shown to be there at the time.

99999 99 999A   1775 G 20150622032005065 15 25 1722342-053684 37 S
99999 99 999A   1775 G 20150622032014875 15 25 1725235-064671 37 S
99999 99 999A   1775 G 20150622032025886 15 25 1728340-080127 37 S

Orbit

1 99999U                15173.13918850 0.00000006  00000-0  50000-4 0    07
2 99999  62.4803  88.9535 0010715 262.7583 241.2636 12.30274790    09

So what a globaltar resides in, so one is being moved, since it's in a higher orbit, one being retired it looks like.

That makes 2, I have caught in the act of being moved in orbit :)

Kevin
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