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From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Fri Mar 20 2009 - 20:34:11 UTC

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    Cleared off at 11 pm local, so I observed a few. Missed a bunch, but perhaps with Scott's new observations I can find them next time (96xxx objects). May have seen 29242 but so faint, and over 200s late, so no report.
     
    33491 09 001B   8336 F 20090320041033790 57 25 0901684-042169 87 R+100 10 074
    33491 09 001B   8336 F 20090320041222890 57 25 0903337-042296 47 R
    33491 09 001B   8336 F 20090320041529020 57 25 0906097-042643 77 R
    33491 09 001B   8336 F 20090320041659160 57 25 0907499-042663 27 R
    96082 96 582A   8336 F 20090320053846390 57 25 1128828-013517 87 S
    11558 79 086A   8336 F 20090320072958290 57 25 1111844-044161 47 S
    11558 79 086A   8336 F 20090320073207160 57 25 1113521-044506 67 S
    11558 79 086A   8336 F 20090320073443270 57 25 1115533-044977 47 S
    27169 02 001B   8336 F 20090320074243410 57 25 1013755-045084 97 R
    27169 02 001B   8336 F 20090320074301140 57 25 1014045-045116 67 R+100 10 0011
    
    TULSA1:
    COSPAR 8336 +36.1397, -95.9838, 201 m
    
    
          
    
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