Weekend PPAS BY

From: Brad Young (brad.young@domain-engineering.com)
Date: Mon Apr 09 2007 - 15:15:52 EDT

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    Conditions were supposed to be cloudy after some snow, but both weekend
    nights proved fair and good, respectively. Didn't report positions of
    classfd objects due to poor-bad conditions early on Friday, but soon better
    for highfly objects.
    
    PPAS:
    Designtn   Date    Time     Obsr Durtn Acc Num  Per   Remarks
    99- 63 B 07-04-07 02:17:21   BY   58.5 0.4   3   19.5 AA mag 5->7 Note 5
    02- 55 B 07-04-07 02:36:07   BY  130.7 0.4  20   6.54 AA mag 8->inv Note 1
    81- 50 B 07-04-07 04:29:11   BY   43.6 0.2   5   8.71 FF mag 6.5->inv
    69- 69 B 07-04-07 05:05:04   BY   89.9 0.2  10   8.99 FF mag 7->inv
    06- 52 B 07-04-08 01:58:16   BY                       S mag 6
    06- 55 E 07-04-08 01:59:50   BY                       S mag 4.5
    81- 50 B 07-04-08 02:11:50   BY  174.5 0.2  20   8.73 FF mag 5->inv near M48
    85- 55 B 07-04-08 02:15:11   BY  140.1 0.2  14  10.01 FF mag 6.5->inv near
    M93
    97- 34 C 07-04-08 02:17:50   BY   45.7 0.2  32   1.43 F'F mag 3->6 dbl F 1X
    02- 55 B 07-04-08 02:35:21   BY   90.8 0.4  18   5.04 AA mag 6.5->8 Note 2
    97- 34 A 07-04-08 21:40:00   BY                       S mag 5.5
    94- 56 A 07-04-08 02:50:36   BY  321.4 0.2  38   8.46 FF mag 7->inv Note 3
    75- 91 B 07-04-08 03:07:38   BY  186.3 0.2  22   8.47 FF mag 6->inv orange
    02- 54 C 07-04-08 03:13:15   BY   22.0 0.4   5    4.4 AA mag 6->8 Note 6
    76- 73 B 07-04-08 03:30:12   BY  204.1 0.2   7  29.16 FF mag 5.5->inv
    83- 70 A 07-04-08 03:52:17                            F mag 8 Note 4
    
    Notes:
    1) Finally seen! But quite hard to time, relatively flat maxima with sharp
    minima, will try timing mins next session
    2) Same object in better conditions, same difficulty, better match with
    listed period
    3) I identified this UNID as ETS-6 (23230) - from flash period it appears
    likely
    4) Dubious on this one - I have tried several times to see Kosmos-1481 and
    just don't - is it really a 6 mag object?
    5) Seems to be 2X period listed in PPAS database
    6) Dubious on timings, and not a good match - will revisit
    
    Brad Young
    TULSA 1
    COSPAR 8336
    36.1397N, 95.9838W, 205m ASL
    
    
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