BY Classfd Jun 13 Part 2

From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Sat Jun 13 2009 - 17:39:54 UTC

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    Couldn't sleep and storm had passed. 23233 3.2s early, only trust this one point. Same with 34904, as it passed Equuleus; nice and bright but other two points are quite off - needs more observations. 20692 only seen, other two too dim I suppose. Then dawn encroached, with Mercury just peeping up a few minutes later.
    
    26907 01 040C   8336 G 20090613083552870 17 25 2149261-163778 38 S
    26907 01 040C   8336 G 20090613083627290 17 25 2209238-104027 38 S
    26907 01 040C   8336 G 20090613083643000 17 25 2218685-074826 38 S
    26907 01 040C   8336 G 20090613083932580 17 25 0014933+221260 28 S
    26905 01 040A   8336 G 20090613083937690 17 25 0014938+213920 28 S
    28646 05 016A   8336 G 20090613084745120 17 25 1614209+191629 38 S
    28646 05 016A   8336 G 20090613084843090 17 25 1629791+415967 28 S
    28646 05 016A   8336 G 20090613084858500 17 25 1636154+485655 48 S
    28646 05 016A   8336 G 20090613084933190 17 25 1658194+645455 28 S
    23233 94 057A   8336 G 20090613094742450 17 25 2047105+363081 28 S
    34904 09 023B   8336 G 20090613095003970 17 25 2117803+101457 18 S
    20692 90 050D   8336 G 20090613100221450 17 25 2258473+630253 18 S
    
    
    TULSA1:
    COSPAR 8336 +36.1397, -95.9838, 201m
    
    
          
    
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