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From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Sun Apr 17 2011 - 05:50:31 UTC

  • Next message: Ted Molczan: "RE: NROL-34 - NOSS 3-5 pair spotted tonight from Austin, TX"

    Lots of sweeping but little to show; pretty clear but very moony. Topex flashed brightly (PPAS later) but Insat 2A (22027) would not show for me from 4:28-5:06 UT. I guess Kevin's latitude makes the difference. Short sweeps for 32476, 36608, 8818, 90070 and 3 unclassified all empty. Swept for NROL-34 in zigzag from Gemini through Procyon to Hydra from 2:56-3:10 UT no sign of it, limiting mag = 7.5 at least, using Ted's guess elset.
    
    37375 11 010A   8336 F 20110417022409360 17 25 2251329+835220 48 S
    37375 11 010A   8336 F 20110417022425590 17 25 1717454+801277 48 S
    37375 11 010A   8336 F 20110417022430030 17 25 1645697+773272 28 S
    37375 11 010A   8336 F 20110417022448880 17 25 1554240+651534 38 S
    
    TULSA1:
    COSPAR 8336 +36.1397, -95.9838, 201m
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