PPAS really last for 2006

From: Brad Young (brad.young@domain-engineering.com)
Date: Sun Dec 31 2006 - 14:00:56 EST

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    My last post claimed it was last of 2006 such that it
    might clear up and prove me wrong - it worked! Also
    saw four new asteroids later despite 90% humidity and
    the gibbous moon. Missed LEOs but saw some flashers all with 10 x 50 binocs:
    
    06- 48 B 06-12-31 03:50:27   BY   43.1 0.3  20  2.16  
      FF + MM, note 1
    06- 48 B 06-12-31 03:51:51   BY   36.6 0.3  17  2.16  
      FF + MM, note 1
    02- 42 D 06-12-31 04:30:26   BY   18.2 0.2   4   4.5  
      FF mag 6
    02- 42 D 06-12-31 04:30:59   BY   17.9 0.2   4   4.5  
      FF mag 6
    78- 35 B 06-12-31 04:59:52   BY   19.1 0.2   5  3.82  
      FF mag 6 note 2
    
    Notes:
    1) every third timing was a sharp flash, then two
    smoother maximas (FMM pattern)
    2) last flash was mag 8, as it approached shadow entry
    3) broke some items into two sets instead of assuming
    missed flashes
    
    Brad Young
    COSPAR 8336
    36.1397 N
    95.9838 W
    650 ft ASL
    
    Sent from my Treo
    
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