BY O 051416

From: Brad Young via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Sat, 14 May 2016 16:27:15 +0000 (UTC)
Supposed to rain last night - stopped at 9:00 p.m. but a flat tire after attending a radio astronomy talk caused me to watch planets waiting on a tow. Then, nearly gale force winds until clouds rolled back in, but got a few in.

19460 88 078A   8336 G 20160514090200000 17 25 1203743+755897 48 F+070 10 001200 
19460 88 078A   8336 G 20160514090205700 17 25 1226230+754515 28 F 
19460 88 078A   8336 G 20160514090229440 17 25 1351519+723885 48 F 
FPAS12,24871,R8336A,20160513,023307,1s,-,36.1,-95.9,220,FABG,-,k,1s,5,6,G1CkNNT,N,-,-,-,004.5 0.5 002 04.500 F,-,-,-; 
FPAS12,41395,R8336A,20160514,083634,1s,-,36.1,-95.9,220,FUBG,-,k,2s,6,8,G1CkNNT,N,-,-,-,011.0 1.0 002 11.000 A,-,-,interrupted by ShI;
 Brad Young Bright:20 x 80 Celestron binoculars parallelogram tripod Dim:22" f/4.2 UC Obsession _at_ 100x Numbers above and methods explained at: http://www.satobs.org/seesat/Jan-2015/0074.html COSPAR 8336 =TULSA1 +36.139208,-95.983429 660ft, 201m COSPAR 8335 =TULSA2 +35.8311  -96.1411 1083ft, 330m
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