Slow tumbling sat

From: Wolfgang Hamburg (W.H@mburg.org)
Date: Tue Oct 11 2011 - 18:33:20 UTC

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    Moin moin,
    
    on Oct 8th I was watching for Draconides. On some pictures taken
    at this evening an uncommon sat trail is visible. All pictures at
    F3.5, 60s, 18mm(27mm) and ISO400. The sat rotates about 10 times per minute.
    20:36-20:39UT; local time 22:36-22:39 CEST; more infos in the EXIF headers
    location: 53.9N 11.9E 30m
    
    I found no corresponding sat in heavens-above database:
    http://www.heavens-above.com/allsats.asp?lat=53.900&lng=11.883&alt=30&loc=Bernitt&TZ=CET&Date=40824.6875&Mag=4.5
    
    Pictures:
    http://wha.mburg.org/wh/20111008/2036UT.jpg
    http://wha.mburg.org/wh/20111008/2037UT.jpg
    http://wha.mburg.org/wh/20111008/2038UT.jpg
    http://wha.mburg.org/wh/20111008/2039UT.jpg
    
    100% crop 1200x1800 upper left corner:
    http://wha.mburg.org/wh/20111008/sat%20details/2036UT.jpg
    http://wha.mburg.org/wh/20111008/sat%20details/2037UT.jpg
    http://wha.mburg.org/wh/20111008/sat%20details/2038UT.jpg
    http://wha.mburg.org/wh/20111008/sat%20details/2039UT.jpg
    
    Can you help me.
    
    Thanx
    	wolfgang
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