BY Obs Feb 25

From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Thu Feb 25 2010 - 03:03:16 UTC

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    I love it when USA 142 (25669) comes by - amazing flash show!
    
    25669 99 017A   8336 G 20100225010150400 17 25 0809526-114419 58 X
    25669 99 017A   8336 G 20100225010216860 17 25 0818537-112854 48 X
    25669 99 017A   8336 G 20100225010241590 17 25 0826479-112384 48 X
    25669 99 017A   8336 G 20100225010700150 57 25 0919802-121446 48 X
    21147 91 017A   8336 G 20100225013847760 17 25 0902528+391951 38 S
    21147 91 017A   8336 G 20100225013913780 17 25 0951421+455063 58 S
     
    99- 17 A 10-02-25 01:04:17   BY  223.9          2.8   F; irr 2->inv Note 1
    09- 63 B 10-02-25 01:16:20   BY  116.6 0.4  25  4.66  f; 2->5 Note 2
    04- 12 C 10-02-25 01:39:35   BY                       Flare +1
     
    Notes:
    1) 33 flashes seen over entire period but in "clumps" during which period shown seem to be consistent.
    2) Timed on return fromn sharp minima to bright steady appearance. A few "pre-flashes" before minima at end of path.
    
    
    TULSA1:
    COSPAR 8336 +36.1397, -95.9838, 201m
    
    
          
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