8305obs 23jul UT + flare

From: paul (astro@pgog.net)
Date: Wed Jul 23 2003 - 01:26:56 EDT

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    24753 97 012A   8305 F 20030723025929630 56 35 1225487-002953 36
    24753 97 012A   8305 F 20030723025944050 56 35 1218954+031704 36
    24753 97 012A   8305 F 20030723025950440 56 35 1216024+046866 36
    24680 96 072A   8305 G 20030723040355970 56 35 1623851+616991 16
    24680 96 072A   8305 G 20030723040426310 56 35 1543325+694024 16
    24680 96 072A   8305 G 20030723040503160 56 35 1427625+756976 16
    
    72A bino view as trees blocked 101 in the N.  
    REALLY BRIGHT FLARE at least -4 that seemed
    to last about 10 s from approx 0404:35 -> 0404:45 ut 
    
    12A was early ~ 1.5 s at +35 days!  & good trak.
    sky seemed bright tonight even though no moon.
    good thing I looked low SW, as it moved N it faded inv w/flash 
    after ~ 0300:30z ~:01.9s  inv->+6
    did not notice any flash or variability before it faded to inv.
    
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    Paul Gabriel 8305 (CST/CDT = UT -6h/-5h)
    26.24316_N 098.21608_W GPS ( 2m)  +36m USGS/NED
    +10.8m WGS-84 Ellipsoid hgt -25.2m EGM96 Geoid hgt
    McAllen, Texas USA 78504-2940
    astro@pgog.net
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