I: one of the unid is a ofeq. Typo correction.

From: Alberto Rango via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Wed, 17 May 2017 18:53:39 +0200
Please note  a typo in the first point of Ofeq message  below.
Here you are the corrected point.

9999 99 999B   4541 F 20170517023655960 17 25 1717870-002573 48 S+065 05

Alberto  



Thanks to Kevin this morning I was able to find an  Ofeq type sat going from
East to West :

9999 99 999B   4541 F 20170517023655960 17 25 1517870-002573 48 S+065 05
9999 99 999B   4541 F 20170517023703240 17 25 1739980-003890 57 S+065 05
9999 99 999B   4541 F 20170517023718840 17 25 1705570-005428 57 S+065 05

Alberto Rango, Rome,  4541   41.9668N   012.4545E   80 mt.   

 
On Thuesday 16th May 2017 15:53 Kevin Fetter wrote:

>  one of the unid is a ofeq

>  99999 99 999B   1775 G 20170516075757300 17 25 1828456-142195 37 S
>  99999 99 999B   1775 G 20170516075822100 17 25 1734217-144609 37 S

>  Very rough orbit.

>  OFEQ
>  1 99999U          17136.33220023 0.00000073  00000-0  50000-4 0    05
>  2 99999 141.2201  16.4458 0008299 267.7854 190.4720 15.35913618    03

>  I blame either Ofeq 9 are 11.

>  Kevin



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