BY Obs Mar 3

From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Wed Mar 03 2010 - 03:15:15 UTC

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    USA 142 (25669) no flashes but easily seen. Several times it began to brighten as if it would flash, but it never did, so this must the "edge" pass that ends the cycle.
    
    Some people like APTs, others like ISS transits. My favorite right now is USA 142 until I can get to the flaring geosats.
    
    28385 04 034B   8336 E 20100303010445000 17 25 0013260+595607 28 R
    28385 04 034B   8336 E 20100303010522970 57 25 2324346+701142 38 R
    28385 04 034B   8336 E 20100303010540290 57 25 2236458+743046 58 R
    25669 99 017A   8336 E 20100303011904750 17 25 0615939-170052 18  
    25669 99 017A   8336 E 20100303011921560 17 25 0629581-170204 28  
    25669 99 017A   8336 E 20100303011933080 17 25 0638343-170080 18  
    25669 99 017A   8336 E 20100303011942930 17 25 0645465-165966 18  
    35951 09 057A   8336 E 20100303020848590 17 25 0421129+462827 28 S
    35951 09 057A   8336 E 20100303020917370 17 25 0337710+560516 28 S
    26906 01 040B   8336 E 20100303021003430 17 25 0941397+255150 28 R
    26906 01 040B   8336 E 20100303021012870 17 25 0942279+232885 78 R
    26906 01 040B   8336 E 20100303021026590 17 25 0943517+201248 28 R
    
    04- 34 B 10-03-03 01:06:56   BY  117.5 1.0   5 23.5   A'F 4->inv
    01- 56 A 10-03-03 01:14:27   BY                       Flare +0 neo
    86- 46 A 10-03-03 01:25:18   BY             37        A; 0->inv neo 2 flares
    
    TULSA1:
    COSPAR 8336 +36.1397, -95.9838, 201m
    
    
          
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