BY C 022314

From: Brad Young <allenb_young_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Sun, 23 Feb 2014 00:14:43 -0800 (PST)
On way back to observatory to retry out new method for geosats again as unexpectedly clouds held off, car broke down on freeway. After a tow to the auto shop within sight of broken car (but 1/2 mile to the next exit) I loaded best of scope stuff to wife's car to avoid anything being "mislaid" by the mechanics. That allowed me to use old ETX-125 on items. I had printed off charts for sats just in case, as paperless way is still only tested on one sat. Unfortunately, slight change in location, city center lights, 17 less inches of aperture and mirror reversed view instead of inverted took its toll, but still saw a few and the planets, etc. Need to go through flaring geosats; as Kevin's warned, geosat flaring season has begun already, albeit just the dim beginnings and the ones north of the main belt (for northerners).

39207 13 036B   8336 G 20140223032957230 57 25 0525437-131479 18 R

39207 13 036B   8336 G 20140223033022940 57 25 0527791-133446 57 R
39207 13 036B   8336 G 20140223033027730 57 25 0528161-134005 18 R
39207 13 036B   8336 G 20140223033116080 57 25 0532513-141822 87 R
39207 13 036B   8336 G 20140223033211790 57 25 0537780-150539 57 R
39206 13 036A   8336 G 20140223045138280 57 25 0822231-034025 18 S
39206 13 036A   8336 G 20140223045404190 57 25 0824623-034203 18 S
39206 13 036A   8336 G 20140223045508510 57 25 0825719-034436 18 S
39206 13 036A   8336 G 20140223045544240 57 25 0826261-034581 28 S
39206 13 036A   8336 G 20140223045620310 57 25 0826857-034540 28 S
22915 93 074A   8336 G 20140223065935580 57 25 0935727+041581 57 S+120 10
22915 93 074A   8336 G 20140223065943390 57 25 0935816+041632 27 S
22915 93 074A   8336 G 20140223070006740 57 25 0936210+041229 28 S
22915 93 074A   8336 G 20140223070035790 57 25 0936706+041371 18 S
22915 93 074A   8336 G 20140223070311930 57 25 0939341+041474 77 S

Brad Young
Bright:20 x 80 Garrett binoculars fluid pan head tripod 
Dim:22" f/4.2 UC Obsession @ 100x.
Numbers above and methods explained at:
http://satobs.org/seesat/Aug-2013/0140.html
COSPAR 8336 = TULSA1
+36.139208,-95.983429 660ft, 201m
COSPAR 8335 = TULSA2
+35.8311  -96.1411 1083ft, 330m
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