Need help for very fast bright UNID identification

From: Sergey Guryanov via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Wed, 24 May 2017 15:45:20 +0300
Very fast bright UNID again.
Accuracy (possible errors): in time - +/- 0.5s; in positions - less than +/-30”
Was brighter than 3 mag without any observable magnitude variations.

Suddenly saw him on the display and "rushed to the chase".

99999 99 999A   1860 F 20170523181347000 18 15 1610570-080310 19
99999 99 999A   1860 F 20170523181353000 18 15 1624066-075425 19
99999 99 999A   1860 F 20170523181424000 18 15 1728184-070546 19
99999 99 999A   1860 F 20170523181434000 18 15 1748454-064930 19


Approximate Alt and Az for it:
          Date/time              RA      Dec         Alt       Az
20170523181347000 1610570-080310   25.57  187.24
20170523181353000 1624066-075425   25.90  183.63
20170523181424000 1728184-070546   25.94  166.07
20170523181434000 1748454-064930   25.40  160.45

More than 3 times faster than ISS Zarya tipical flight for my location!
~27 degrees in just a minute!
=
Sincerely, Sergey Guryanov, Siberia, Russia (N56.1016, E94.5536, Alt=170m)
(1860 GS 56.1016 94.5536 170.)


-- 
Sergey Guryanov

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