Recent PPAS

From: Brad Young (brad.young@domain-engineering.com)
Date: Fri Jan 05 2007 - 10:18:04 EST

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    Recent PPAS below, highlights were surprises of seeing Telstar 402R (95-49A,
    23670) flare (thanks, Kevin!)and OBJECT B (06-58B, 29654) which I assume is
    the Genesat-1 r/b (I did not see the little satellite itself earlier than
    the rocket).
    
    Brad Young, BY, Lat = +36.1397, Long = -95.9838, Alt = 201 m
    88- 76 D 07-01-02 00:45:07   BY                       F mag 5
    02-  3 B 07-01-02 00:14:09   BY   45.0 0.4   2 22.5   AA mag 6 => 7
    02-  3 D 07-01-02 01:45:03   BY   32.9 0.2   4  8.25  FF mag 3,4,5,7,8
    89- 41 A 07-01-02 03:08:51   BY  220.7 0.2  20 11.03  FF mag 5 => inv next
    to Procyon!
    95- 49 A 07-01-02 03:40:40   BY   35.9 0.5     35.9   flare mag 6
    06- 58 B 07-01-03 00:23:39   BY    9.1 0.3   1  9.1   FF mag 5 => inv then
    ShI
    88- 76 D 07-01-03 00:27:03   BY   19.9 0.2   5  3.98  FF mag 5 => inv
    02- 03 E 07-01-03 01:54:13   BY   61.6 0.3   8  7.7   FF mag 4 => inv
    89- 41 A 07-01-03 03:08:22   BY   65.9 0.2   6 10.98  FF mag 5 next to
    Procyon!
    88- 76 D 07-01-03 00:08:46   BY   26.0 0.4   1 26.0   AA mag 4 => 6
    
    All with 10 x 50 binoculars
    
    Please note that the PPAS.exe program is still putting in strange spacing if
    I append a file.
    
    Brad Young
    TULSA 1
    COSPAR 8336
    36.1397N, 95.9838W, 205m ASL
    
    
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