unknown satellite

From: José Luis Ruiz via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Sun, 27 Mar 2016 14:08:48 +0200
While photographing, I realized that between average height and the height
of an object moving from north to south with magnitude between +1 and +2
satellite. Having the sky with cirrus and some planes leaving trails rule
that may have mistaken for an airplane. As the camera was processing, I
waited about 20 seconds to shoot to the satellite, and then had dropped its
magnitude around +3, but still visible. Unfortunately, the image area does
not contain too many stars, but from the planet Saturn, in the lower part,
I've been getting some. It can be seen that the picture is somewhat moved
(see Saturn or star Sabik), but only for the time of shooting. I searched
HeavenSat something, and I have not found anything. As for the time, note
that vary between 30 and 40 seconds earlier than indicated: Date
27/03/2016, time: 5:17:41 (UTC).
Although the trail of the satellite in the photo is very faint, I leave the
link if anyone can identify

https://www.dropbox.com/s/etpuxgvua3wq0kc/20160327071741_Sat%20Magnitude%20%2B3_SAM_1265_Filter_Explain_cut.jpg?dl=0

36.8389º, -2.4499º Almería (Spain)

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José Luis Ruiz Gómez
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