BY Obs Mar 26 Part 1

From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Thu Mar 26 2009 - 19:33:25 UTC

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    Unexpectedly clear - went to observatory with a friend. Saw tons of DSO, but managed to sneak in a few sats, of course, working from predictions for TULSA1. This wasn't so bad with 12x60's (below) but telescopic sats will require some work (post later). As an example of how clear and still it was, the 3rd point on 25746 was a split of 2 10th mag stars, in my handheld binoculars. Looking at Lacrosse 3 hurt my eyes.
    
    25746 99 028C   8335 E 20090326023607050 17 25 0825740-035487 67 R
    25746 99 028C   8335 E 20090326023647390 17 25 0833478-001974 28 R
    25746 99 028C   8335 E 20090326023730320 17 25 0842090+033928 27 R
    25746 99 028C   8335 E 20090326023801090 17 25 0848623+063509 67 R
    25017 97 064A   8335 E 20090326024322390 17 25 1031029+841735 67 S
    25017 97 064A   8335 E 20090326024331650 17 25 1115887+805794 18 S
    25017 97 064A   8335 E 20090326024359320 17 25 1153168+685440 38 S
    90070 06 829A   8335 E 20090326024711670 17 25 0823641-065466 27 S
    90070 06 829A   8335 E 20090326024727460 17 25 0838237-064147 67 S
    90070 06 829A   8335 E 20090326024736190 17 25 0845988-063493 18 S
    90070 06 829A   8335 E 20090326024828290 17 25 0927863-055467 18 S
    
    TULSA2:
    COSPAR 8335 +35.831, -96.147 1100 ft
    
    
          
    
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