From: Brad Young (
Date: Tue Jul 17 2007 - 13:42:16 EDT

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    I have been informed by Ted Molczan that my coordinates for TULSA3 (COSPAR
    8337) were quite a bit off. I apologize for any inconvenience this may have
    caused with reducing my reports. The correct data is:
    Brad Young
    TULSA 3
    COSPAR 8337
    36.9557N, 96.5518W, 395m ASL
    Thanks to Ted for setting this straight. This supports the idea the object I
    saw by itself was 31701 (NOSS 3-4 A) and not an unknown. I still have no
    reason to explain why I couldn't see the C object other than this was a low
    pass and not a good phase angle.
    I am still slowly slogging through my records for my wonderful week off last
    week and will report (from 3 different sites) ASAP. Between sats, comet, and
    deep sky, I was able to log 42 hours of observing last week, which sure beat
    working the same.
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