BY Unknown May 29

From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Fri May 30 2008 - 18:02:15 UTC

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    Going through last night's observations, I found one I cannot identify, moving slowly north in 12" Dob at 36X. I got one position as it split two 9m stars just east of Mu Virgo. Wish I'd gotten more now, but I assumed it would be a known sat. From speed I estimate it was ~ 3000-4000 miles range.
     
    99999 08 999A   8335 G 20080530045602290 17 25 1448567-053775 18 R+080 10 009000
    08-999 A 08-05-29 04:56:46   BY  114.8 0.4  13  8.83  F 8->10 36X
    After returning to Mu, I noticed 2 quick flashes that might've been 96-54A (AMC-1) as it was right there. So:
    96- 54 A 08-05-29 05:07:06   BY                       F 10->inv
    TULSA2:
    COSPAR 8335 +35.831, -96.147 1100 ft
    
    
          
    
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