USA102

From: Brad Young (brad.young@domain-engineering.com)
Date: Mon Aug 06 2007 - 13:58:37 EDT

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    "Recovered" USA102 (23031) last night - from Mike's elset I see he already
    had. ISS debris, Progress, Noss 3-4 r/b all seen, as well as OFEQ7 and its
    r/b, which is an amazing flasher.
    
    PPAS:
    Designtn   Date    Time     Obsr Durtn Acc Num  Per   Remarks
    07- 25 B 07-08-02 02:35:47   BY   80.9 0.2  44  1.838 FF'F mag 4->7 some +2
    02- 54 C 07-08-03 02:48:13   BY   76.4 0.3  18   4.25 FF mag 3->6 w/ 1@ +2
    81- 50 B 07-08-03 03:08:13   BY  113.8 0.2  13   8.75 FF mag 5->inv
    89- 41 A 07-08-03 03:33:19   BY   87.5 0.2   8  10.94 FF mag 5->inv
    89- 41 A 07-08-03 03:33:19   BY   65.8 0.2   3   21.9 FF mag 5->inv
    97- 77 B 07-08-03 03:04:29   BY                       S mag 6
    
    Very partial PPAS, all I could get to so far. Note two entries for Superbird
    A, before / after phase shift. This weekend it seemed to "wind down" -
    fewer, dimmer flashes.
    
    Exhausted from weekend of dark sky and cave exploration. All postings here
    though are normal site:
    
    Brad Young
    TULSA 1
    COSPAR 8336
    36.1397N, 95.9838W, 205m ASL
    
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