BY Obs 6Jun

From: Brad Young (brad.young@domain-engineering.com)
Date: Wed Jun 06 2007 - 13:58:34 EDT

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    Got the scope out and looked for fainter targets
    
    PPAS:
    Designtn   Date    Time     Obsr Durtn Acc Num  Per   Remarks
    91- 50 A 07-06-06 02:25:40   BY                       S mag 4 Note 4
    83- 70 A 07-06-06 02:36:48   BY  116.3 0.2  11  10.57 AA mag 7->10 47X Note
    1
    03- 36 B 07-06-06 02:51:21   BY   23.5 0.2   1   23.5 F'F mag 6->7 Note 2
    96- 50 F 07-06-06 02:53:37   BY                       AA 8->9 Note 3
    00- 22 B 07-06-06 03:10:26   BY                       S mag 9.5 47X
    65- 16 A 07-06-06 03:29:58   BY                       AA mag 7->9 Note 3
    00- 34 B 07-06-06 03:32:06   BY                       S mag 8 47X
    02- 03 A 07-06-06 03:35:29   BY  108.5 0.2   8  13.56 FF mag 7->inv
    
    Notes:
    47X = ETX-125 with 40mm Plossl, else 12x60 binocs
    1) Difficult to chase with scope, but vivid flashes
    2) 2 pairs of flashes, 55.90,57.59 and 19.40,21.26
    3) Could only see the one cycle in scope before I tracked wrong way! But it
    was variable.
    4) Steady from 30 deg up in S to 30 deg up in N on a nearly overhead pass.
    
    Brad Young
    TULSA 1
    COSPAR 8336
    36.1397N, 95.9838W, 205m ASL
    
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