BY Obs Feb 15

From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Mon Feb 15 2010 - 05:08:05 UTC

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    Almost perfect night except no show by USA 142. Very windy and cold. 35939 early just like Ted said. I know it's OT but the 20.5h old moon with Venus and Jupiter low in the sunset was spectacular.
     
    20344 89 061D   8336 G 20100215005926350 17 25 0004055+611723 18 R
    20344 89 061D   8336 G 20100215005957430 17 25 2351429+694165 48 R
    20344 89 061D   8336 G 20100215010037080 17 25 2301646+802478 18 R
    90070 06 829A   8336 G 20100215010355220 17 25 0530732-190868 98 R
    90070 06 829A   8336 G 20100215010420680 17 25 0543584-185169 38 R
    35939 09 052C   8336 G 20100215014527120 17 25 2004874+615873 28 S
    35939 09 052C   8336 G 20100215014535830 17 25 2003477+634922 28 S
    35939 09 052C   8336 G 20100215014539430 17 25 2003386+644135 18 S
    35951 09 057A   8336 G 20100215015640560 17 25 0514406+302458 18 S
    35951 09 057A   8336 G 20100215015706790 17 25 0457673+431071 28 S
    35951 09 057A   8336 G 20100215015721370 17 25 0445390+495738 18 S
    35951 09 057A   8336 G 20100215015727690 17 25 0439098+524682 77 S
    35937 09 052A   8336 G 20100215020049950 17 25 0632180-082400 38 S
    35937 09 052A   8336 G 20100215020128930 17 25 0655012-021583 28 S
    35937 09 052A   8336 G 20100215020221830 17 25 0728802+064356 18 S
    05679 71 110B   8336 G 20100215022406220 17 25 1856527+755674 48 S
    05679 71 110B   8336 G 20100215022431850 17 25 1828052+793980 38 S
    05679 71 110B   8336 G 20100215022513290 17 25 1529926+845649 28 S
    25746 99 028C   8336 G 20100215031330080 17 25 0709301+152472 28 R
    25746 99 028C   8336 G 20100215031411750 17 25 0719982+193458 67 R
    25746 99 028C   8336 G 20100215031505330 17 25 0735056+245665 77 R
    25746 99 028C   8336 G 20100215031538120 17 25 0744911+281185 38 R
    
    Saw a 1x 4th magnitude (or brighter) flash near 35937, could not get a 2nd flash, but nearest known flasher was Eutelsat II F-2, which was reported last year by Kevin Fetter:
    
    91-  3 B 09-02-02 03:07:15   KF                429    +3->inv
    
    I didn't wait 7 minutes, but I believe this was it. Also:
    
    89- 61 D 10-02-15 01:00:37   BY  63.3 0.5   5   12.7  A; 4->7
    
    TULSA1:
    COSPAR 8336 +36.1397, -95.9838, 201m
    
    
          
    
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