BY Classfd.tle Jun 26

From: Brad Young (brad.young@domain-engineering.com)
Date: Thu Jun 26 2008 - 15:34:00 UTC

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    USA 129 appeared 11.5 s late relative to this elset in a very bright sky,
    passing between delta and zeta Lyrae:
    
    USA 129
    1 24680U 96072A   08176.13529450 0.00007400  00000-0  90323-4 0    00
    2 24680  97.7480 228.2613 0486000 176.7313 183.2686 14.83525156    01
    
    24680 96 072A   8336 G 20080626022323400 17 25 1846734+372807 68 S
    28888 05 042A   8336 G 20080626024421960 17 25 1902034+144004 38 S
    28888 05 042A   8336 G 20080626024453010 17 25 1911930+213461 38 S
    28888 05 042A   8336 G 20080626024515130 17 25 1920125+263869 37 S
    28888 05 042A   8336 G 20080626024543860 17 25 1933229+331376 28 S
    25157 98 007A   8336 G 20080626030247510 17 25 1846089+372360 38 S
    25157 98 007A   8336 G 20080626030257510 17 25 1849465+412472 38 S
    25157 98 007A   8336 G 20080626030320360 17 25 1859735+503863 18 S
    
    25746 also seemed to be a little (2s) late but I discarded my 2 points as
    they were jumbled.
    
    Brad Young
    TULSA 1
    COSPAR 8336
    36.1397N, 95.9838W, 205m ASL
    
    
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