BY Obs Apr 30

From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Sat Apr 30 2011 - 05:47:42 UTC

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    No bothersome neighbors but gusty winds and cruddy skies. Bright spots were 2 new to me classfd objects. The unid 78701 is quite easy and bright - about 6th magnitude. All attempts at highfly objects in the scope were too dismal to report.
    
    35951 09 057A   8336 F 20110430020154030 17 25 1105268+201623 88 S
    35951 09 057A   8336 F 20110430020228460 17 25 1055471+363958 48 S
    35951 09 057A   8336 F 20110430020241650 17 25 1051145+430768 48 S
    78701 10 062X   8336 F 20110430024045690 17 25 0838071+054294 28 S
    78701 10 062X   8336 F 20110430024114780 17 25 0841177+195478 18 S
    37168 10 048A   8336 F 20110430025316890 17 25 1437824+224449 58 S
    37168 10 048A   8336 F 20110430025318340 17 25 1436456+220726 68 S
    37168 10 048A   8336 F 20110430025325780 17 25 1428076+191387 19 S
    
    TULSA1:
    COSPAR 8336 +36.1397, -95.9838, 201m
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