41436 into two parts?

From: José Luis Ruiz via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Fri, 1 Apr 2016 01:23:31 +0200
Not how interesting is this. I leave two photos of two satellites moving
very rapidly. In one of the photos, with reference Canis Major, on the
other, the planet Jupiter. In Canis Major, who has gone much better,
despite being also moved you can intuit that if 41436 the trail is clearly
there would be a gap of 4º45 'south than expected, with a few arcminutes
error . In Jupiter, it can be seen the two satellites. The magnitude would
be since appeared in Canis Major until shortly after disappearing after
passing Jupiter around 0. Wind gusts and speed of the two satellites have
spoken to who has not gotten any better.
In the photographs I have left time and 16 seconds of exposure, perhaps
with the common error of about 40 seconds. However, according to 41436, you
can get used to the idea.
Not if 41336 has split in two, or another satellite at par and in sync. I
have no means, but my attention. The fact is that only appears HeavenSat
41336 and not that other possible satellite. Apologies for that.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/9cf4egwyoc8dncm/20160331192119UTC_Sat%20Norad%2041436%20and_SAM_1426_Filter_redu_cut_Explain_100mm.jpg?dl=0

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ys5lrpkt5ttbj4u/20160331192202UTC_Sat%20Norad%2041436%20and_SAM_1427_Filter_Explain_53mm.jpg?dl=0

36.8389º, -2.4499º Almería (Spain)
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José Luis Ruiz Gómez
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