Re: Faint unid spotted

From: Kevin Fetter via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Fri, 29 Sep 2017 21:07:43 +0000 (UTC)
Thanks for the info.

I had used mike's intergrated tle file, and nothing showed up, where I has seen this unid.

I checked, and I don't seem to see that satellite in the intergrated file.

Kevin

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On Fri, 9/29/17, Peter Wakelin <peterwakelin_at_talktalk.net> wrote:

 Subject: Re: Faint unid spotted
 To: "Kevin Fetter" <kfetter_at_yahoo.com>, "SeeSat-L_at_satobs.org" <SeeSat-L_at_satobs.org>
 Received: Friday, September 29, 2017, 10:07 AM
 
 
 Hi Kevin,
  
 I think it may be worth following this object;
 Mike's inttles show 14-43C / 40101 / ANGELS  to be in
 the vicinity.  I observed ANGELS to be very faint when it
 was lurking around its launch rocket for a year or more
 after launch three years ago.
  
 Peter
  
  
 
 ----- Original Message -----
 From: Kevin Fetter via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
 Reply-To: Kevin Fetter <kfetter_at_yahoo.com>
 To: <SeeSat-L_at_satobs.org>
 Sent: 29/09/2017 10:03:53
 Subject: Faint unid spotted
 
 On Sept 24, I had noticed a faint unid, leading Intelsat
 16.
 
 https://polaris.slooh.com/teide/2/widefield/2017/09/24/0210_220900m043500/220900m043500_20170924_020933_0_avy1pp_l.png
 
 I went looking for it last
 night, and it now trailing Intelsat 34.
 
 https://polaris.slooh.com/teide/2/widefield/2017/09/29/0205_223000m044000/223000m044000_20170929_020420_0_ydn2gu_l.png
 
 So it's got a slow drift
 rate. Being so faint, I think it's a peice of debris.
 
 Kevin
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