Obs 12-03-06

From: Brad Young (brad.young@domain-engineering.com)
Date: Mon Dec 04 2006 - 09:49:04 EST

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    Saw 28636 trailing 21798 in Equuleus by my guess the same ~15 seconds but it
    was so variable I could not get a good split on it. Amazing show - I wonder
    if the surface is just highly irregular or if it's spinning? By Cygnus,
    21798 was easy but 28636 was not seen at all.
    
    Distracted while tracking 23862 by an UNID "diverging" from it. No, the NOSS
    triplet wasn't breaking up in front of me; it was Iridium 50 (25172) which
    passed very near Uranus. All of this in a crystal clear 20 deg F sky with
    nearly full moon and still 10" of snow. For us "tropical" types, this is
    some cold!
    
    23862 96 029D   8336 G 20061203235402660 17 25 2302801+033272 38 S+050 10
    23862 96 029D   8336 G 20061203235446540 17 25 2320161-045913 78 S+050 10
    21798 91 082A   8336 G 20061204001630020 17 25 2018221+380508 97 S+060 10
    
    Brad Young
    TULSA 1
    COSPAR 8336
    36.1397N, 95.9838W, 205m ASL
    
    
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