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From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Sat Mar 06 2010 - 06:41:21 UTC

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    Windy and fair. 23223 position difficult as it was so low, but it was in field with Saturn later and 6th magnitude! PPAS and Geosats later.
    
    26473 00 047A   8336 F 20100306005613340 17 25 0615748-134311 37 S
    26473 00 047A   8336 F 20100306005629900 17 25 0623887-175153 58 S
    26473 00 047A   8336 F 20100306005654590 17 25 0634258-230472 38 S
    25669 99 017A   8336 F 20100306012710630 17 25 0410377-164450 38 
    25669 99 017A   8336 F 20100306012744460 17 25 0445878-174805 68 
    25669 99 017A   8336 F 20100306012818360 17 25 0519202-182651 18 
    13172 82 041C   8336 F 20100306014138280 17 25 0946155+234494 18 R
    13172 82 041C   8336 F 20100306014156130 17 25 0959216+320651 38 R
    13172 82 041C   8336 F 20100306014241840 17 25 1050859+521371 18 R
    23223 94 054A   8336 F 20100306023452650 28 25 1208750+004928 18 S
    
    TULSA1:
    COSPAR 8336 +36.1397, -95.9838, 201m
    
    
          
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