BY Obs Feb 14

From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Sat Feb 14 2009 - 18:27:33 UTC

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    Cold front blew through. Missed Kevin's flashers but saw Comets (25175) while searching, slightly variable at 8m until Shadow Entry. Venus at her brightest. Skymed 3 (8-54A, see below) gave a bright flare, as it often does in the SSW. No luck with Alex's Star (aka Intelsat 1R, 26608) either. I think Kevin and I both look forward to its flaring; perhaps it will show off tonight.
    
    31701 07 027A   8336 G 20090214010828090 17 25 0842154+315296 28 S
    31701 07 027A   8336 G 20090214010921690 17 25 0837877+191606 18 S
    31708 07 027C   8336 G 20090214010927380 17 25 0839727+193241 17 S
    23908 96 029C   8336 G 20090214011142510 17 25 0921222+401803 97 S
    23936 96 029E   8336 G 20090214011151090 17 25 0922929+400948 97 S
    23908 96 029C   8336 G 20090214011325780 17 25 0908370+220565 38 S
    23936 96 029E   8336 G 20090214011334400 17 25 0909952+220097 77 S
    23862 96 029D   8336 G 20090214011433130 17 25 0908370+220565 38 M+040 10
    25724 99 023A   8336 G 20090214022728230 17 25 0635876+170958 18  
    25724 99 023A   8336 G 20090214022757530 17 25 0642954+171543 38  
    
    Seen as UNID, so less accurate:
    28538 05 004B   8336 G 20090214010302130 57 25 0724670+114426 97  
    
    08- 54 A 09-02-14 00:56:04   BY   30.6                Flare -1
    85- 94 G 09-02-14 00:58:23   BY   87.0 0.4   5 17.4   A; 6->8
    
    92-70D, 05-25A, and 08-53C were practically steady. IRAS (83-4A) gave a few 1x flashes.
    
    TULSA1:
    COSPAR 8336 +36.1397, -95.9838, 201 m
    
    
    
          
    
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