More UNIDs

From: Björn Gimle (bjorn.gimle@gmail.com)
Date: Fri Mar 29 2013 - 20:29:45 UTC

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    Next UNID 03-17 was identified as #28931 ALOS
    UNIDs 03-16:
    99575 13 575B   5919 G 20130316204100000 18 25 0804957+015048 37 I
    99575 13 575B   5919 G 20130316204100000 18 25 0804298+055526 37 I
    Since the direction is unknown, one of the RAs should be 30s higher,
    and its time up to 30s later.
    IDsat identifies the first position as:
                                    tdiff   Sep
         Name       Desig   NORAD     s     deg
    -------------- -------- ----- -------- -----
    Cosmos 2400 Rk 03037C   27870    -0.13  0.00
    and the second one as -32s "NOTE: tdiff < 0 means observation was
    earlier than prediction."
    
    99574 13 575A   5919 G 20130316204100000 18 25 0809961+032613 37
    This appeared to be geostationary, possibly a slow flaring (or LEO glinting)
    IDsat gives me Galaxy 7       92072A   22205    -6.03  0.02 as the best match.
    
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