BY Obs Dec 14

From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Sun Dec 14 2008 - 02:57:24 UTC

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    Warmish but very windy and broken clouds made my head spin while watching satellites and other tasks tonight.
    
    16631 86 014H   8336 F 20081214000214270 17 25 2328919+022526 38  
    16631 86 014H   8336 F 20081214000221490 17 25 2337464+053336 48  
    16624 86 014E   8336 F 20081214000303430 17 25 2200858+330000 38  
    16624 86 014E   8336 F 20081214000314540 17 25 2214278+393879 38  
    25746 99 028C   8336 F 20081214013405140 17 25 0443001+302493 78  
    25746 99 028C   8336 F 20081214013426410 17 25 0443807+283847 38  
    
    92- 12 A 08-12-13 23:56:59   BY   31.7 1.0   1 32     A; 3->7 Note 1
    99- 55 C 08-12-14 00:20:30   BY   54.1 0.4   9  6.02  A; 5->7
    
    Note 1: Seen as 1X UNID flare, then saw one more (5 mag) with 12 x 60s then S at 7 until lost in N.
    
    TULSA1:
    COSPAR 8336 +36.1397, -95.9838, 201 m
    
    
          
    
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