BY Obs May 26

From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Mon May 26 2008 - 16:10:57 UTC

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    Although listed as "Fair" the weather was unsettled and hazy - low objects like 28888 and 8-14B suffered a bit from haze. 8-14B seems to still be speeding up. USA 186 seems to match up pretty well with Ted's last elset.
    05679 71 110B   8336 F 20080526023428340 17 25 1149116+201604 38 S
    05679 71 110B   8336 F 20080526023603150 17 25 1311589+564631 28 S
    28888 05 042A   8336 F 20080526030813590 17 25 1816009+304286 88 I
    28888 05 042A   8336 F 20080526030831960 17 25 1838032+383876 28 I
    28888 05 042A   8336 F 20080526030929340 17 25 2013572+563250 28 I
    24680 96 072A   8336 F 20080526031355360 17 25 1212207+171101 38 S
    24680 96 072A   8336 F 20080526031355360 17 25 1212600+170421 28 S
    24680 96 072A   8336 F 20080526031446690 17 25 1129905+411395 18 S
    26907 01 040C   8336 F 20080526033945590 17 25 1306870+102013 68 S
    26907 01 040C   8336 F 20080526034053590 17 25 1401372+313381 37 S
    26907 01 040C   8336 F 20080526034106510 17 25 1414953+353512 28 S
    26905 01 040A   8336 F 20080526034123530 17 25 1432872+381738 58 S
    
    PPAS:
    05- 42 A 08-05-26 03:08:16   BY                       Flare +2
    08- 14 B 08-05-26 03:44:26   BY   50.9 0.3  14  3.64  A 5->7
    TULSA1:
    COSPAR 8336 +36.1397, -95.9838, 201 m
    
    
          
    
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