SATOBS 2015 September 21

From: Peter Wakelin via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Tue, 22 Sep 2015 14:54:14 -0000
1404303 / 40101 / ANGELS remains very close to its launch
rocket. I had to reduce the exposure time to just 2s to
distinguish the two objects which are only a few arcseconds
apart; C appearing very slightly to the west and south of D.

SATOBS
140430420181509211949370   01   12210150  -07538   1  5
140430320181509211949370   01   12210150  -07539   1  5
140430420181509211950065   01   12210198  -07538   1  5
140430320181509211950065   01   12210198  -07539   1  5
140430420181509211950360   01   12210247  -07538   1  5
140430320181509211950360   01   12210247  -07539   1  5
140430420181509211951055   01   12210296  -07539   1  5
140430320181509211951055   01   12210296  -07539   1  5
140430420181509211951350   01   12210345  -07539   1  5
140430320181509211951350   01   12210345  -07540   1  5
140430420181509211953028   01   12210489  -07539   1  5
140430320181509211953028   01   12210489  -07540   1  5
999

What these numbers mean: http://www.satobs.org/position/UKformat.html

Peter Wakelin,  
COSPAR 2018 GUNDLETON,  Lat 51.0945N, Long 1.1188W, 124m
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