Given this is a mostly unverifiable target, take everything in it with a grain of salt. I am only sharing the session as a reference for others who might do this target in the future and search the web for reference.
The coordinates are not disclosed, as asked by the original tasker.
To sum up the key points of the session: I had a round metallic manmade higher up in the atmosphere close to a land-water interface, above fog or clouds, the manmade had distinct weird creased patterns on its below part. It was spinning, rotating fast, out of control in what appeared to be a malfunction or accident. The data featured heavy fog or putrid smelling exhaust present near the manmade.
The objective of the manmade was described as scanning, gathering data focused on tectonic and volcanic activities for long term simulations. No life-form was present on the manmade.
My classification for the aerial is manmade. I understand that goes against some earlier remote viewing data (like that of Joe McMoneagale, who classified the aerial as natural. Tunde Atunrase wrote an article of the event that was published in Eight Martinies here ), and given my limited expertise I could well be wrong on that.
Here is the unabridged session anyways: