BY Obs to 8/23

From: Brad Young (brad.young@domain-engineering.com)
Date: Thu Aug 23 2007 - 13:39:41 EDT

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    28054 03 048A   8336 G 20070822021142750 17 25 1701138+071557 38 S
    28054 03 048A   8336 G 20070822021148190 17 25 1657666+092250 37 S
    28054 03 048A   8336 G 20070822021158120 17 25 1652136+132541 48 S
    28054 03 048A   8336 G 20070822021227580 17 25 1631106+260137 38 S
    29651 06 057A   8336 F 20070823015929860 17 25 1753387+530409 88 S+020 05
    29651 06 057A   8336 F 20070823015946090 17 25 1854300+353874 28 S
    29651 06 057A   8336 F 20070823020010880 17 25 1942511+105276 78 S
    28096 03 054B   8336 F 20070823021003280 17 25 1951163+335661 38 S
    28096 03 054B   8336 F 20070823021019590 17 25 1956940+284345 38 S
    28096 03 054B   8336 F 20070823021049730 17 25 2006565+193993 28 S
    28096 03 054B   8336 F 20070823021059760 17 25 2009397+165078 47 S
    15071 84 065C   8336 P 20070823023116510 17 25 2036529+064344 28 I
    15071 84 065C   8336 P 20070823023155530 17 25 2051924+270750 28 I
    15071 84 065C   8336 P 20070823023215590 17 25 2104022+384075 28 I
    15071 84 065C   8336 P 20070823023234630 27 25 2120745+492700 18 I
    
    8/23/07: USA 193 was spectacular, ISS surprised me as an UNID that easily
    reached -4 or better with a fat, flat white flare much different from an
    Iridium.
    
    PPAS:
    Designtn   Date    Time     Obsr Durtn Acc Num  Per   Remarks
    00- 82 B 07-08-22 02:10:04   BY  167.1 5.0   1    167 hp MM mag 4->6
    07- 34 E 07-08-22 02:19:39   BY                       S mag 6
    85- 22 A 07-08-22 02:32:00   BY   84.4 0.4  20   4.22 FF mag 8->inv irr
    85- 11 A 07-08-22 02:50:17   BY                       S mag 8
    02- 54 C 07-08-22 02:53:30   BY   99.0 0.3  15   6.60 AA mag 4->7 Note 1
    83- 84 G 07-08-22 03:04:45   BY   29.8 0.3   3    9.9 F'A' mag 6->inv
    03- 52 B 07-08-23 02:44:09   BY  161.0 2.0   1    161 hp MM mag 4->inv 1X
    
    Note 1: as before, mid-cycle flash up to +3 mag from 8-13th cycle
    
    Both 00-82B and 03-52B were easily seen 1X even with FQ moon nearby. Also
    same path, very nice. Both difficult to time, so slow to roll.
    
    Brad Young
    TULSA 1
    COSPAR 8336
    36.1397N, 95.9838W, 205m ASL
    
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