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From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Tue Feb 01 2011 - 21:13:17 UTC

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    Headed towards a record snow (12"+ so far) so no observations for a while. 
    Finally got one of the Cluster satellites swooping in from very elongated orbit.
    
    11-  1 C 11-01-29 01:10:35   BY  255.8 1.0  19 13.5   A; 7->inv dtm Note 1
    81-108 D 11-01-29 01:44:45   BY   73.8 0.3  60  1.23  A; 9->11
    69- 36 B 11-01-29 01:59:09   BY   26.4 0.2  50  0.528 F; 12->inv
    94- 54 B 11-01-29 02:52:12   BY   24.7 0.3  10  2.47  A'AA; 12->inv
    06-  7 D 11-01-29 03:10:28   BY   74.6 0.3 100  0.746 F, 10->inv
    77- 38 C 11-01-29 04:06:35   BY   16.7 0.3  20  0.83  F; 12->13
    11-  1 B 11-01-30 00:33:51   BY   34.8 0.3  57  0.61  F; 3->inv Note 2
    00- 41 A 11-01-30 02:01:48   BY   67.8 1.0   7  9.7   A; 11->13 Note 3
    69-  9 A 11-01-29 00:55:08   BY                       L;5 normally S 7
    09- 29 B 11-01-30 01:06:42   BY                       S 9
    
    Notes:
    1. Very erratic, this is just an average of the maximums. 
    2. Nice low bright pass along north horizon.
    3. Presumed it was Cluster II-FM6 (Samba), 3 minutes early. No others in cluster 
    seen.
    
    
          
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