Need help for bright LEO UNID identification

From: Sergey Guryanov via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Sun, 14 May 2017 07:19:25 +0300
Need help for bright LEO UNID identification.

Accuracy (possible errors): in time - +/- 0.5s; in positions - less than +/-30”
Exposure Time – 10s (2017-05-12 UT16:00:55-16:01:05)

It seems that it was brighter than 3 mag without any observable magnitude variations.

99999 99 999A   1860 F 20170512160055000 18 15 1421544-051836 19
99999 99 999A   1860 F 20170512160105000 18 15 1431418-065503 19

or (depending on its path direction):

99999 99 999A   1860 F 20170512160055000 18 15 1431418-065503 19
99999 99 999A   1860 F 20170512160105000 18 15 1421544-051836 19

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Sincerely, Sergey Guryanov, Siberia, Russia (N56.1016, E94.5536, Alt=170m)
Canon 1100D + 135mm/3.5 lens - all are 10s/ISO 3200
(1860 GS 56.1016 94.5536 170.)

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