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From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Sun Aug 12 2012 - 15:52:41 UTC

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    The rest of last nights observations. Had only 2 hours of clear skies, so I stayed home.
    
    14690 84 012A   8336 F 20120812042531310 17 25 1518464+584067 97 X
    14690 84 012A   8336 F 20120812042543390 17 25 1539158+575547 37 X
    14690 84 012A   8336 F 20120812042609750 17 25 1624304+551910 47 X
    25724 99 023A   8336 F 20120812044928840 17 25 2039249+155162 57 R
    25724 99 023A   8336 F 20120812044955590 17 25 2046283+153378 28 R
    25724 99 023A   8336 F 20120812045019930 17 25 2052769+151615 18 R
    
    FPAS,36121,R8336A,20120812,033349,5s,-,36.1,264,201,FAUF,SNN,k,5s,4,inv,G1CkNNN,A,18.17,-17,5,-,-,-,-;
    
    Saw 4 geosats while searching for a new object. Probably not flaring yet at only 11 mag so I did not report
    
    Numbers above and methods explained at:
    http://www.satobs.org/seesat/Jul-2012/0328.html
    
    COSPAR 8336 = TULSA1
    36.139208,-95.983429
    COSPAR 8335 = TULSA2
    +35.8311  -96.1411 1100ft  
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