Recent PPAS and OT Story

From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Fri Jul 02 2010 - 20:56:05 UTC

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    Yesterday was a red letter day. It's been about a year since the last incident, 
    so I guess I was due.
    
    http://satobs.org/seesat/Jul-2009/0066.html
    
    Thought I found USA102 (23031) as an extremely late wild flasher, until I 
    noticed there were 3 of them (plane), so I dropped 07-27B and my stopwatch. 
    Bands of cloud from Alex poured in soon after, and may ruin holiday weekend for 
    observing. Computer crashed again last night. On a lighter note, our local 
    astronomy club voted last night to keep the club going and the observatory open 
    (you know it as TULSA2) - long story but suffice to say we will be doing some 
    fundraising.
    
    07- 27 B 10-06-24 03:14:39   BY  174.0 0.5   5 34.8   A; 3->6
    10- 17 B 10-06-24 03:21:20   BY  163.4 0.5  30  5.45  A; 3->6
    10- 31 B 10-06-27 03:24:00   BY   38.6 0.3  20  1.93  A'(F)FF; 5->inv 3xp?
    07- 27 B 10-06-27 04:04:53   BY  113.3 0.5   3 37.8   A; 4->7
    07- 27 B 10-06-30 03:12:02   BY  151.0 0.5   4 37.7   A; 3->6
    10- 31 B 10-07-01 02:24:00   BY   54.7 0.3  70  0.782 F'F 3->inv spectacular
    00- 25 C 10-07-01 02:35:20   BY   82.2 0.5   8 10.3   A; 4->7
    07- 27 B 10-07-01 02:50:47   BY   36.6 1.0   1 37     A; 3->6
    10- 27 B 10-07-02 02:36:36   BY   51.3 0.3  13  3.95  F'(F); 4->inv
    97- 52 B 10-06-24 03:05:38   BY                       F +1 neo 1140+5
    09- 27 C 10-07-01 03:11:19   BY                       S 3
    10- 31 A 10-07-01 03:15:36   BY                       S 6
    
    
          
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