OTV 4 (40651) 5º southernmost

From: José Luis Ruiz via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Mon, 2 May 2016 11:07:07 +0200
Well, in the end I leave the picture, just in case.
With what seems a few seconds late, on my watch about 1 minutes 10 seconds
passes OTV 4, but it does further south than expected, relatively close to
the star Vega as shown in the photo.
I reduced a little picture, with 80% of the original, and then I cut about
half, to reduce the original 11 MB to just over 4 MB.
I think you can see the annotations and more or less track the satellite.
While it may not be used to orbit, if perhaps an idea where to look, and
now with these high passes. Today, fortunately, it was easy to see, perhaps
with a magnitude of about +1, although difficult to know with clouds. At
the time of shooting my time was 02/05/2011 3:53:11 UTC.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/9e96pdheup5ze2x/20160502055311_SAM_Sat%20OTV%204%20Norad%2040651%20ID%202015-025A_2467_Filter_Explain_redu80_cut.jpg?dl=0

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