BY Obs Jul 8

From: Brad Young (brad.young@domain-engineering.com)
Date: Tue Jul 08 2008 - 16:54:17 UTC

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    I can't download new elsets just now, so I don't know if LaCrosse 2 running
    1 s late has already been noticed.
    
    21809 91 076E   8336 F 20080708023100090 17 25 1559835+333092 58 S
    21809 91 076E   8336 F 20080708023146060 17 25 1716188+485838 68 S
    21809 91 076E   8336 F 20080708023202590 17 25 1749195+525320 98 S
    21147 91 017A   8336 P 20080708030807490 17 25 1626735+063053 58 S
    21147 91 017A   8336 P 20080708030813090 17 25 1632950+090710 38 S
    21147 91 017A   8336 P 20080708030819870 17 25 1640738+122451 28 S
    21147 91 017A   8336 P 20080708030825930 17 25 1648734+152168 58 S
    21147 91 017A   8336 P 20080708030838930 17 25 1706300+220504 37 S
    21147 91 017A   8336 P 20080708030856870 17 25 1734342+305617 48 S
    21147 91 017A   8336 P 20080708030938890 17 25 1858174+475399 78 S
    21147 91 017A   8336 P 20080708030952810 17 25 1930037+512673 48 S
    21147 91 017A   8336 P 20080708031024640 17 25 2044264+563218 57 S
    
    Brad Young
    TULSA 1
    COSPAR 8336
    36.1397N, 95.9838W, 205m ASL
    
    
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