Re: Question about numbering

From: JRespler_at_superlink.net JAY RESPLER via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Sun, 24 Nov 2019 03:11:53 -0500 (EST)
I guess it would be something like 19062D.

HTV-8 is 19-062A	

For some reason, everything released from ISS gets 98067- designation even though they leave earth on something else.

Jay Respler
JRespler_at_superlink.net
Monroe Township, New Jersey

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From: "Brad Young via Seesat-l" <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
To: seesat-l_at_satobs.org
Sent: Sunday, November 24, 2019 2:41:55 AM
Subject: Re: Question about numbering

You are right, its not debris. And I agree, for instance, what would be the number if it had been ejected before HTV 8 was docked? Although not well versed in these things, I thought the COSPAR ID always followed the launch.
Brad Young 
    On Sunday, November 24, 2019, 01:09:16 AM CST, JAY RESPLER <jrespler_at_superlink.net> wrote:  
 
  QX is not listed as debris.  According to Jonathan, it is a cube sat just ejected on Nov 20.
 
 Personally, I don't think it should have an ISS # as it did not go into space on ISS.
 Since it was launched with HTV 8 on 24.09.2019, it should have a Cospar ID starting 2019-062.
 But, I don't make the rules.
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Jay Respler
JRespler_at_superlink.net
Monroe Township, New Jersey  On 11/23/19 1:23 PM, Brad Young via Seesat-l wrote:  
 Note this may lead to a situation where the 2 systems do not parse in sequence, e.g. 44792 is 98067QX, as it is a piece of debris from ISS that has just now been cataloged 21 years after launch. 
 
   
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