BY Obs Jul 23 - Cosmos 1940 Flashing!

From: Brad Young (brad.young@domain-engineering.com)
Date: Wed Jul 23 2008 - 15:54:43 UTC

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    Cosmos 1940 (88-34 A,19073) flashed from 2:25 UT (suspected as early as
    2:20, next to Eta Ophiuchus), until at least 3:24 UT, when clouds began to
    interfere. Had several other flash timings, but this is the longest
    consecutive run I timed.
    
    25017 97 064A   8336 F 20080723024025930 17 25 1316940+403946 18 S
    25017 97 064A   8336 F 20080723024049060 17 25 1332610+524049 48 S
    25017 97 064A   8336 F 20080723024053870 17 25 1336130+550905 48 S
    25017 97 064A   8336 F 20080723024112370 17 25 1357304+643454 48 S
    
    88- 34 A 08-07-23 03:23:59   BY  360.8 0.3  27 13.36  F 5->inv
    05- 25 A 08-07-23 03:05:00   BY   95.0                S 6 priority 3 object
    80- 87 B 08-07-23 03:10:21   BY   94.1 0.3   5 18.8   F 5->7
    02-  3 C 08-07-23 03:12:19   BY   47.3 0.5   3 15.8   F'FA 6->8
    08- 21 K 08-07-23 03:29:42   BY   83.9 0.5   9  9.3   A 5->7
    
    Brad Young, PE
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