Remeasured the unid, got a rough orbit

From: Kevin Fetter (kfetter@yahoo.com)
Date: Thu Nov 21 2013 - 16:19:42 UTC

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    99999 99 999J   1775 G 20131121002539000 18 25 0239712+075068 37 S
    99999 99 999J   1775 G 20131121002720000 18 25 0241885+093962 37 S
    99999 99 999J   1775 G 20131121002903000 18 25 0244069+112449 37 S
    99999 99 999J   1775 G 20131121004520000 18 25 0303330+242225 37 S
    99999 99 999J   1775 G 20131121010036000 18 25 0319770+323414 37 S
    
    This shows how it passed across the sky, within a few seconds of where seen, and off track somewhat.
     
    Unknown 131120
    1 99997                 13325.01898148 0.00000002  00000-0  50000-4 0    01
    2 99997  62.5437  16.4290 7247259 269.3016  27.4212  2.10648404    01
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