Another unid flashing geosat reported

From: Ed Cannon (ecannon@mail.utexas.edu)
Date: Fri Jun 03 2005 - 03:15:09 EDT

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    Brad Young of Tulsa, Oklahoma, asked me to forward this 
    for him due to having problems sending to the list.  The
    date was June 2.
    
    >Looks like I saw one of the "cluster" you mentioned 
    >in the post below this [morning] at 9:03:10-9:04:44 UT. 
    >Position at 9:04:10 was approximately 19h 0m, -5 in 
    >Aquila's tail. Flashes were at:
    >9:03:10
    >9:03:35
    >9:03:50
    >9:04:05
    >missed 2? getting position
    >9:04:44
    > 
    >http://satobs.org/seesat/Oct-2003/0197.html
    
    From Tulsa the position above is about .75 degree north 
    of the declination of the cluster of six geostationaries.  
    They were all steady the last time Mike got them all in 
    the FOV of his telescope, just a couple of months ago.  
    I did not get any apparent match for the above obs.  I've
    asked Brad for more details if possible and hope he sees
    it again.
    
    Ed Cannon - ecannon@mail.utexas.edu - Austin, Texas, USA
    
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