BY C 052812

From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Mon May 28 2012 - 06:31:44 UTC

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    Pesky clouds hung around until after "rush hour" but I was able to see a few. Cosmos 2275 (23045, 94-21C) a Glonass satellite, flared up to a golden 5th magnitude while I was waiting on one not seen. PPAS later.
    
    37168 10 048A   8336 F 20120528035133620 17 25 1056969+061013 48  
    37168 10 048A   8336 F 20120528035149590 17 25 1101571+000225 28  
    37168 10 048A   8336 F 20120528035157070 17 25 1103143-023739 18  
    28646 05 016A   8336 F 20120528035331900 17 25 1815246+421352 68  
    28646 05 016A   8336 F 20120528035345530 17 25 1836420+430932 77  
    36105 09 066B   8336 F 20120528042823930 17 25 0958336+081722 28  
    36105 09 066B   8336 F 20120528042826210 17 25 0956682+085851 58  
    36105 09 066B   8336 F 20120528042835950 17 25 0948787+114069 38  
     
    
    COSPAR 8336 = TULSA1
    36.139208,-95.983429
    
    
    COSPAR 8335 = TULSA2
    +35.8311  -96.1411 1100ft
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