Re: 5919 Obs

From: Björn Gimle via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Thu, 4 Sep 2014 23:30:10 +0200
I identified "A" of the three UNIDs as METOP-B.
The two remaining each passed an edge of their images, both at their 2nd
point.
So I don't which "B" is 20:20:38 and which is (before) 20:30:48, or if the
first "C" is 19:49:48 (most likely) or 19:49:58 UTC
I didn't spot anything like these tracks in HeavenSat (except FIA radar 2
earlier and below - and opposite direction?)
In the "C" image I actually also found ~2s track of NOSS 2-3 E leaving the
image, so a later point could be reduced.
Please let me know if you want intermediate 2-3 D and 2-3 E points (NOT 3-2
as I wrote!).

38771 14 774A   5919 G 20140901194716000 57 25 184833+091031 55 S
38771 14 774A   5919 G 20140901194726000 57 25 1851692+064611 55 S
94775 14 774B   5919 G 20140901202043000 58 25 2319899+543036 55 S
94775 14 774B   5919 G 20140901202043000 58 25 2317842+540212 55 S
94776 14 774C   5919 G 20140901194948000 57 25 2011842+064236 55 M
94776 14 774C   5919 G 20140901194953000 58 25 2031247+091905 55 N

/Björn


2014-09-04 0:16 GMT+02:00 Björn Gimle <bjorn.gimle_at_gmail.com>:

> I have discovered two additional UNID tracks, and identified all but three
> of the UNIDs as unclassified (and uninteresting?)
> NOSS 3-2 E captured in five images - only first and last measured so far.
>
NOSS 3-2 D in four - only first and last so far.
> ...
>

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