BY Obs Mar 9

From: Brad Young (brad.young@domain-engineering.com)
Date: Mon Mar 09 2009 - 17:30:35 UTC

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    Very bad conditions, bad residuals. By geosat flaring time, it was better
    for a while, but soon clouded over completely. Spainsat trio still eludes
    me, but I did see the new Telstar 11N (34111) fairly easily.
    
    25017 97 064A   8336 B 20090309010900280 17 25 0114277+602852 19 S
    25017 97 064A   8336 B 20090309010920630 17 25 0101081+690746 78 S
    21147 91 017A   8336 P 20090309015354780 17 25 0535794+042743 38 S
    21147 91 017A   8336 P 20090309015413480 17 25 0556133-030734 58 S
    
    Flaring geosats:
    
    28526 8336 20090309 0201 W T 000  9 B U AMC-12
    34111 8336 20090309 0204 W T 000  9 B P TELSTAR 11N
    25239 8336 20090309 0221 W T 000 11 B U INTELSAT 806
    
    Flaring geosat report format described at
    
    http://satobs.org/seesat/Oct-2007/0244.html
    
    TULSA 1
    COSPAR 8336: +36.128, -95.988, 650ft ASL 
    ACT Observatory
    COSPAR 8335: +35.8311, -96.1411, 1100ft ASL
    Adams Ranch
    COSPAR 8337: +36.937, -96.65, 700ft ASL
    Kenton, OK
    COSPAR 8338: +36.8978, -102.9522, 4400ft ASL
    
    
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