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From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Tue Jun 28 2011 - 03:45:15 UTC

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    Fooled by OLS Cover 28080 (03-48D) while searching for 23031 (USA 102) - irregular flashing object a bit off track and faint, but I assumed that it was the "real thing". Oh well, new to me at least. Saw some flashes from 90087, not enough for a period determination.
    
    
    90087 11 674A   8336 G 20110628032507510 17 25 1337731-092175 88 
    90087 11 674A   8336 G 20110628032550230 17 25 1420553-124919 68 
    90087 11 674A   8336 G 20110628032614090 17 25 1447644-144828 58 
    90087 11 674A   8336 G 20110628032716230 17 25 1605778-200128 38 
    
    COSPAR 8336 = TULSA1
    36.139208,-95.983429
    
    
    COSPAR 8335 = TULSA2
    +35.8311  -96.1411 1100ft
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