BY Obs 4-11-9

From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Sat Apr 11 2009 - 18:57:46 UTC

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    A Molniya zipped by (11474) very low in the east, at 5th magnitude, quite rare for me to see one in 12x60s. Omid r/b (33507) was fairly steady where I could see it in the NW, then gave a quick 4m flash just before lost in shadow. 90070 getting awful low, and 25746 was faint.
     90070 06 829A   8336 G 20090411015932060 17 25 1109288-285111 58 S
    25746 99 028C   8336 G 20090411021802990 17 25 0541995+380877 28 R
    25746 99 028C   8336 G 20090411021930180 17 25 0549683+464526 28 R
    20066 89 046A   8336 G 20090411040011810 57 25 0713373+062744 37 R
    20066 89 046A   8336 G 20090411040316910 57 25 0716560+062907 37 R
    20066 89 046A   8336 G 20090411040439520 57 25 0717949+063025 37 R
    20066 89 046A   8336 G 20090411040554370 57 25 0719210+063196 47 R
    20066 89 046A   8336 G 20090411040651910 57 25 0720207+063249 67 R
    20066 89 046A   8336 G 20090411040719310 57 25 0720662+063278 37 R
    20066 89 046A   8336 G 20090411040819490 57 25 0721682+063340 37 R
    
    
    
    02- 36 C 09-04-11 01:44:32   BY  148.4 0.4  40  3.71  F; 5->inv
    09- 14 B 09-04-10 02:38:05   BY   83.6 0.5   6 13.9   A; 5->8
    08- 49 B 09-04-10 03:09:26   BY                       S; 7
    
    TULSA1:
    COSPAR 8336 +36.1397, -95.9838, 201 m
    
    
          
    
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