BY PPAS up to 3-20-07

From: Brad Young (brad.young@domain-engineering.com)
Date: Tue Mar 20 2007 - 13:38:12 EDT

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    Recent PPAS observations split into two sites:
    Designtn   Date    Time     Obsr Durtn Acc Num  Per   Remarks
    81- 50 B 07-03-14 01:42:18   BY   87.1 0.2  10   8.71 FF mag 6->inv
    72-  3 B 07-03-14 01:52:24   BY   11.1 0.2   7   1.58 FF mag 7->inv Note 1
    83- 22 A 07-03-14 01:36:52   BY   73.0 0.2  17   4.29 AA mag 4->7        
    06- 19 C 07-03-15 01:38:42   BY   62.9 0.2   9   6.99 MM mag 6->7   Note 7
    73- 86 Y 07-03-15 01:51:17   BY                       F mag 8
    94- 56 A 07-03-15 02:12:22   BY  300.1 0.2  35   8.58 FF mag 6->inv Note 2
    73- 58 B 07-03-15 02:07:57   BY   67.6 0.2  20   3.38 FF mag 4->inv        
    75- 97 F 07-03-15 02:42:49   BY  255.5 0.2   3   85.2 FF mag 5->inv Note 3
    
    Brad Young
    TULSA 1
    COSPAR 8336
    36.1397N, 95.9838W, 205m ASL
    
    Then at different site:
    
    07-  6 G 07-03-17 01:12:54   BY  166.5 0.2  21   7.93 AA mag 4.5->6
    05- 16 A 07-03-17 01:29:22   BY                       F mag 1.5
    07-  6 A 07-03-17 01:43:09   BY                       mag 3.7 = zeta Gem
    97-030 A 07-03-17 01:52:38   BY   52.4 0.5   2   26.2 aa +4.5->7 Note 4
    74- 44 A 07-03-17 02:02:02   BY   75.6 0.2   4   18.9 FF mag 4.5 -> 6 Note 8
    92- 13 B 07-03-17 02:08:40   BY   38.6 0.2   2   19.3 FF mag 5.5
    96- 29 A 07-03-17 02:38:39   BY  127.0 0.2   8  15.88 AA mag 9->10 Note 5 
    92-064 A 07-03-17 03:49:32   BY                       S mag 6 Note 6
    85- 55 B 07-03-17 03:50:47   BY   69.7 0.2   7   9.96 FF mag 6 -> 9
    96- 15 A 07-03-17 04:52:12   BY                       F mag 5 1X
    80- 98 B 07-03-18 01:31:35   BY  112.2 0.2   6  18.69 AA mag 6 -> 7.5
    
    Brad Young
    TULSA 2
    COSPAR 8335
    35.8311N, 96.1411W, 335m ASL 
    
    Notes:
    1. Flash period based on two short periods when I saw all flashes.
    2. Flashes could just be seen 1x but not well enough for timings. 
    3. My identification as a Centaur, could not find next clear night to
    confirm. 
    4. I counted minimums since it was an unexpected sighting. 
    5. I incorrectly listed 96-29A as "Steady" on my earlier positional post -
    it was variable as shown 
    6. Seen unexpectedly while looking for 85-55B - noted as steady but need to
    confirm.
    7. This is 7X listed period - small amplitude fooled me - will revisit.
    8. Appears to be 3X listed period but flashes were easily timed - another
    revisit.
    
    
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