It's probably a coincidence and is a bird

From: José Luis Ruiz via Seesat-l <>
Date: Sat, 14 May 2016 11:14:22 +0200
Although I thought I saw a satellite shimmery I could not distinguish well
(yes I could sometimes distinguish a gull or flying crane), the fact is
that by some coincidence, but I think it probable, write here.
By 03:21 UTC, between the northern part of Libra, and south of Serpens
Caput, continuing to the northern part of Ophiuchus, and south of Hercules,
seemed to be heading toward the star Vega, but in the southern part of
Hercules, turns up losing approximately Aquila Sagitta, Delphinus and
Vulpecula. For about 70 degrees of travel I found a rate of 1.4 ° / sec.
Coincidentally, it is assumed that the satellite SL-14 R_B (15890) passed
the same time with South-North trajectory, and one of the sections its
angular velocity was 1,7º / second starting its way from Sagittarius. The
brightness of the object have not identified would be around magnitude +2.
After all, the only similarities are the time and the angular velocity
similar, but the path has nothing to do. Regards.

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