Re: could the may 7 unid be 99212

From: C. Bassa via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Fri, 16 May 2014 18:21:48 +0200
Hi Kevin,

Good that you reminded me, as I hadn't gotten around to measure your
video. Here are some positions:
99223 14 627A   1775 G 20140507012605749 17 25 1330077-022071 37 S
99223 14 627A   1775 G 20140507012615133 17 25 1332613-021182 37 S
99223 14 627A   1775 G 20140507012625182 17 25 1335228-020231 37 S
99223 14 627A   1775 G 20140507012635099 17 25 1337786-015327 37 S
99223 14 627A   1775 G 20140507012645133 17 25 1340305-014449 37 S
99223 14 627A   1775 G 20140507012655183 17 25 1342777-013620 37 S
99223 14 627A   1775 G 20140507012702349 17 25 1344509-013023 37 S

It does not really match 99212's orbit. 90057 seems a better match but
requires a change to the argument of perigee besides the normal
changes to mean anomaly and RA of the ascending node.

Regards,
    Cees
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