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From: Brad Young (brad.young@domain-engineering.com)
Date: Mon Jul 28 2008 - 15:43:24 UTC

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    Tulsa1:
    
    80- 87 B 08-07-24 02:38:48   BY   74.5 0.4   4 18.6   F 5->inv
    78- 18 B 08-07-24 02:51:16   BY   52.4 0.4  12  4.36  F 5,7->inv
    05- 25 A 08-07-24 03:03:46   BY   56.4                Flare +0
    05- 25 A 08-07-25 03:02:26   BY                42     M 2->3
    
    Tulsa2:
    
    02- 49 A 08-07-26 02:44:33   BY  107.4 0.5   8  3.4   A 4->inv 1X Note 1
    08-  7 B 08-07-26 02:55:32   BY   58.8 0.3   9  6.53  F'FA 8->9 37X Note 2
    86- 98 A 08-07-26 03:03:07   BY                       S 10 37X
    08- 25 C 08-07-26 03:28:14   BY                       S 7
    83- 19 A 08-07-26 03:35:15   BY                       S 10 37X
    08- 25 A 08-07-26 03:48:26   BY                       S 9
    66- 89 A 08-07-26 03:50:09   BY   25.2 1.0   1 25     A 9->inv Note 3
    08- 25 E 08-07-26 03:52:15   BY   89.8 5.0   3 30     A 7->8 dtm
    81-122 B 08-07-26 03:56:21   BY                       S 10 37X
    98- 58 B 08-07-26 04:00:33   BY  136.5 0.5   8 17.1   A 6->9
    08- 25 B 08-07-26 04:14:14   BY                       S 8
    00- 16 D 08-07-26 04:27:45   BY                       S 10 37X
    98- 28 D 08-07-26 04:40:07   BY                       S 10 37X
    78- 95 E 08-07-26 04:45:57   BY   35.8 5.0   1 36     A 9->10 37X
    
    Notes:
    1) Only maxs seen naked eye counted leads to a different period.
    2) Counted most consistent regularity, which is on first flash.
    
    Brad Young
    TULSA 1
    COSPAR 8336
    36.1397N, 95.9838W, 205m ASL
    
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