Re: Possible unid sat seen = something seen

From: C. Bassa (cgbsat@gmail.com)
Date: Wed May 08 2013 - 22:53:19 UTC

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    Hi Kevin,
    
    On Wed, May 8, 2013 at 1:48 PM, Kevin Fetter <kfetter@yahoo.com> wrote:
    > Using this search orbit, I aimed at where it was predicted to pass, a  area around the bright star called ENIF.
    > The sat passed later then predicted, higher in the sky, and was on the faint side, so not nice to see.
    
    Great work on recovering it!
    
    >From your video I measure these positions:
    99204 13 627A   1775 G 20130508072413466 17 25 2149825+131519 37 S
    99204 13 627A   1775 G 20130508072416582 17 25 2145869+121329 37 S
    99204 13 627A   1775 G 20130508072419216 17 25 2142580+112060 37 S
    99204 13 627A   1775 G 20130508072421749 17 25 2139424+102987 37 S
    
    The orbit refines to:
    1 99204U          13127.32702971  .00000000  00000-0  50000-3 0    00
    2 99204  98.2202  82.7855 0001000 320.5230 181.5624 15.27650678    04
    
    This still matches the mean motion and RAAN of SAR Lupe 2 best, but I
    will leave the final identification to Mike or Ted.
    
    Regards,
        Cees
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