BY R 091216

From: Young, Brad via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Tue, 13 Sep 2016 15:21:09 +0000
Milling about looking for GSSAPs, I noticed 3 unknowns and found none of the GSSAP targets where I looked. Since geosats are flaring down under, I thought maybe 99998 was a CCD streak, but that scope blooms out perpendicular to the path. Unfortunately 99997 was only seen at one end of trail. FITS on request.

99999 99 999A  7778 G 20160912143215000 27 25 2221336+044246 17 F
99999 99 999A  7778 G 20160912143315000 27 25 2222300+044200 17 F
99998 99 998A  7778 G 20160912143904000 27 25 2225493+045841 17 S
99998 99 998A  7778 G 20160912144004000 27 25 2226443+045826 17 S
99997 99 997A  7778 G 20160912143904000 27 25 2237146+045913 17 F
Strays:
27554 35755 29272 36744 41034 38333 38331 27718 28902 28786 40141 37150 32252 41591 41729 37804 37234

Brad Young Remote (SSO)



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