CB Obs May 19/20, 2012

From: C. Bassa (cgbsat@gmail.com)
Date: Sun May 20 2012 - 20:44:11 UTC

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    Hello,
    
    Results from last night, with the positions and times determined
    through my own software.
    
    23862 96 029D   4553 G 20120519234353125 17 25 2226159+623878 37 S
    23862 96 029D   4553 G 20120519234358492 17 25 2221332+613017 37 R
    23862 96 029D   4553 G 20120519234412250 17 25 2210658+583701 37 I
    23862 96 029D   4553 G 20120519234418453 17 25 2206604+571874 37 I
    
    21809 91 076E   4553 G 20120519235834055 17 25 2152894+571433 37 S
    
    21799 91 076C   4553 G 20120520000035670 17 25 2156308+581905 37 S
    21799 91 076C   4553 G 20120520000043671 17 25 2206581+570131 37 S
    21799 91 076C   4553 G 20120520000052510 17 25 2216678+553600 37 S
    
    21808 91 076D   4553 G 20120520000044910 17 25 2155544+574917 37 S
    21808 91 076D   4553 G 20120520000056790 17 25 2206444+562792 37 S
    21808 91 076D   4553 G 20120520000100148 17 25 2214075+552562 37 S
    
    99999 99 999U   4553 G 20120520002918474 17 25 0034914+423240 37 R
    99999 99 999U   4553 G 20120520002923433 17 25 0043594+430332 37 R
    99999 99 999U   4553 G 20120520002930671 17 25 0100205+435402 37 R
    
    26934 01 044A   4553 F 20120520005024644 17 25 0100612+441070 37 S
    26934 01 044A   4553 F 20120520005034127 17 25 0120484+450738 37 S
    
    99998 99 998U   4553 F 20120520010014155 17 25 0131758+472773 37 I
    99998 99 998U   4553 F 20120520010016194 17 25 0127954+470024 37 I
    
    38109 12 014A   4553 G 20120520012556042 17 25 2138759+623396 37 S
    38109 12 014A   4553 G 20120520012604641 17 25 2123587+643562 37 S
    38109 12 014A   4553 G 20120520012610799 17 25 2110918+660157 37 S
    
    Notes:
    ----------
    (1) Pierre assigned me a COSPAR number: 4553
    (2) Ted identified the 99999 unid as IGS-OVS (07005B / 30587). I
    report these three observations for comparison.
    (3) 99998 is yet another unidentified object that was visible on my
    images. It was only visible when it entered my field of view so the
    arc is very short. It's angular motion of 22 arcmin/s does make me
    think it is a satellite.
    
    Regards,
         Cees
    
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    COSPAR 4553: 53.3199N, 2.24377W, 86m (WGS84)
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