CB Obs October 28, 2014: Video

From: C. Bassa via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Tue, 28 Oct 2014 22:56:12 +0100
Conditions were good until the end of the evening LEO window.

05679 71 110B   4171 G 20141028171226897 17 25 2137643+094662 37 S
05679 71 110B   4171 G 20141028171236898 17 25 2146109+115859 37 S
05679 71 110B   4171 G 20141028171246898 17 25 2155047+141272 37 S
05679 71 110B   4171 G 20141028185856888 17 25 1708235+365648 37 S
05679 71 110B   4171 G 20141028185906890 17 25 1704142+393863 37 S
05679 71 110B   4171 G 20141028185911910 17 25 1701968+410071 37 S
07816 75 043A   4171 G 20141028165426875 17 25 2030362+031516 37 I
07816 75 043A   4171 G 20141028165436866 17 25 2025622+004874 37 I
16591 86 014A   4171 G 20141028184911895 17 25 2006848+140632 37 S
16591 86 014A   4171 G 20141028184916885 17 25 2011769+131610 37 S
16591 86 014A   4171 G 20141028184926895 17 25 2021044+113717 37 S
16591 86 014A   4171 G 20141028184931922 17 25 2025590+104805 37 S
20642 90 050E   4171 G 20141028180931852 17 25 1710724+331430 37 S
20642 90 050E   4171 G 20141028180936873 17 25 1716564+325063 37 S
20642 90 050E   4171 G 20141028180946872 17 25 1728091+315948 37 S
20642 90 050E   4171 G 20141028180956883 17 25 1739558+310278 37 S
20691 90 050C   4171 G 20141028180411854 17 25 1708610+340750 37 S
20691 90 050C   4171 G 20141028180416874 17 25 1714769+334351 37 S
20691 90 050C   4171 G 20141028180426874 17 25 1726900+325087 37 S
20691 90 050C   4171 G 20141028180436885 17 25 1738908+315221 37 S
20692 90 050D   4171 G 20141028180256875 17 25 1707928+335230 37 S
20692 90 050D   4171 G 20141028180306875 17 25 1720028+330240 37 S
20692 90 050D   4171 G 20141028180316885 17 25 1732055+320596 37 S
22639 93 026B   4171 G 20141028184527891 17 25 2215789+384681 37 S
22639 93 026B   4171 G 20141028184536904 17 25 2230027+420812 37 S
26906 01 040B   4171 G 20141028173021871 17 25 2005666-071141 37 I
26906 01 040B   4171 G 20141028173026890 17 25 2008457-062875 37 I
26906 01 040B   4171 G 20141028173036901 17 25 2014006-050316 37 I
26906 01 040B   4171 G 20141028173046882 17 25 2019846-033396 37 I
26906 01 040B   4171 G 20141028173051910 17 25 2023026-024894 37 I
29522 06 050A   4171 G 20141028165231847 17 25 2028064+012106 37 S
29522 06 050A   4171 G 20141028165236866 17 25 2027040+023604 37 S
29522 06 050A   4171 G 20141028165246867 17 25 2024810+050692 37 S
37162 10 046A   4171 G 20141028180511894 17 25 1726946+340554 37 S
37162 10 046A   4171 G 20141028180516885 17 25 1724059+330005 37 S
37162 10 046A   4171 G 20141028180526895 17 25 1718455+305176 37 S
37162 10 046A   4171 G 20141028194941842 17 25 1652395+330434 37 S
37162 10 046A   4171 G 20141028194946873 17 25 1651546+322166 37 S
37162 10 046A   4171 G 20141028194956862 17 25 1649728+305770 37 S
37162 10 046A   4171 G 20141028195006862 17 25 1648041+293734 37 S
37162 10 046A   4171 G 20141028195011882 17 25 1647327+285814 37 S
38770 12 048N   4171 G 20141028170814455 17 25 2141096+125729 37 I
38770 12 048N   4171 G 20141028170819178 17 25 2144931+111569 37 I
38770 12 048N   4171 G 20141028170824873 17 25 2149400+091997 37 I
39630 14 015A   4171 G 20141028173421869 17 25 2024201-064909 37 S
39630 14 015A   4171 G 20141028173424726 17 25 2023492-061777 37 S
39630 14 015A   4171 G 20141028173429745 17 25 2021866-051971 37 S
39630 14 015A   4171 G 20141028173434506 17 25 2020431-042273 37 S
39630 14 015A   4171 G 20141028173439708 17 25 2018617-031858 37 S
39630 14 015A   4171 G 20141028173442936 17 25 2017628-023750 37 S
99428 14 801A   4171 G 20141028180137590 17 25 1735738+314239 37 S
99428 14 801A   4171 G 20141028180137931 17 25 1735923+315674 37 S
99428 14 801A   4171 G 20141028180138190 17 25 1736048+320772 37 S

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Setup: Watec 902H2 video, 50mm F/1.8, NTP, Nexstar SLT mount
IOD format: http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
COSPAR 4171: 52.8344N, 6.3785E, 10m (WGS84)
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NOTES:
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1) Observed Alexis r [22639/93026B] and DMSP F19 [39630/14015A] again
   after yesterday.
2) A small planar search was done for NOSS 7 (A). I saw it last week
   but not yesterday; today it was visible.
3) A short track of an unknown [99428/14801A] was captured in the
   corner of the frame. I think this is NOSS 3 (D) [11732/80019D], as
   no other object that hasn't been seen for a while matches the
   track. NOSS 3 (D) was last seen 502 days ago, and the old elements
   suggest quite a large change in RAAN.

Regards,
   Cees
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