5919 Obs

From: Björn Gimle via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Tue, 2 Sep 2014 23:52:32 +0200
Tonight, I had a seemingly excellent opportunity to witness the Yaogan 5
decay.
SpaceTrack, Aerospace and CalSky  were nearly unanimous about a decay
within +-20 min from my pass around 20:57 UTC, with prediction at 125 km
altitude, 18 deg elevation. Nothing seen.
Yesterday, I captured IGS 7r and NOSS 2-3 CDE + 9 UNIDs to be id-ed and/or
measured. Strays id-ed are Iridium 24 and #06207,#12645, #29228

37955 11 075B   5919 G 20140901204018000 27 25 2316147+562053 55 S
37955 11 075B   5919 G 20140901204028000 57 25 2341985+653201 55 S
12645 81 075A   5919 G 20140901204018000 57 25 2324771+580380 55 S
12645 81 075A   5919 G 20140901204028000 57 25 2317594+542942 55 S

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