BY C 121711

From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Sat Dec 17 2011 - 05:46:03 UTC

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    Cold, still, and crystal clear public star party. Couldn't do much - first time to use 12" scope in nearly 6 weeks (3334, a few DSO's and asteroids). All others by 20 x 80s. ISS pass was a real crowd-wower. 28647 points don't make any sense, hopefully someone else got it.
    
    25746 99 028C   8335 E 20111217000945580 17 25 0309099+031558 18 R
    78701 10 062X   8335 E 20111217002514570 17 25 0323833-112680 77 S
    78701 10 062X   8335 E 20111217002541540 17 25 0341561-051532 47 S
    78701 10 062X   8335 E 20111217002543800 17 25 0343200-044361 18 S
    20691 90 050C   8335 E 20111217005932100 17 25 2023780+401172 28 S
    20692 90 050D   8335 E 20111217005955090 17 25 2012562+412527 57 S
    20642 90 050E   8335 E 20111217010018850 17 25 2022746+401418 28 S
    03334 68 063A   8335 E 20111217021006410 57 25 0535422+103106 37 R
    03334 68 063A   8335 E 20111217021019900 57 25 0535712+103005 37 R
    
    COSPAR 8335 = TULSA2
    +35.8311  -96.1411 1100ft
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