PAS-1R Flare Etc.

From: Brad Young (brad.young@domain-engineering.com)
Date: Wed Feb 07 2007 - 13:52:08 EST

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    73- 58 B 07-02-05 03:37:24   BY  57.4  0.2  17  3.37 FF mag 4.5 Note 1
    78- 35 B 07-02-05 03:42:33   BY  47.8  0.2  10  4.78 FF mag 6
    00- 72 A 07-02-05 03:08:52   BY                      Note 2
    
    Notes:
    1 Very sharp "upward" flashes - quite a sight!
    2 PAS-1R flare caught after it started, mag 4.0 at 3:03:09
    Magnitude decreased as:
    
    3:03:09	4.0	sl < A	1X
    3:03:38	4.2	A < x < C	1X
    3:06:01	5.4	= D		12X
    3:08:52	6.8	sl > E	12X
    
    With:
    A=4.59	HIP 46509
    B=4.54	HIP 46776
    C=3.90	HIP 47431
    D=5.38	HIP 46404
    E=6.84	HIP 46669
    
    Now I know to start looking for PAS-1R before 3:00 UT. Or I call it, Alex's
    Star.
    
    Brad Young
    TULSA 1
    COSPAR 8336
    36.1397N, 95.9838W, 205m ASL
    
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