PPAS BY Last Few Nights

From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Fri Nov 30 2007 - 06:22:06 UTC

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    Brad Young, BY, Lat = +36.1397, Long = -95.9838, Alt = 201 m
    07- 26 A 07-11-27 23:59:21  BY  14.8                F +3
    07- 06 G 07-11-28 00:06:48  BY  82.3 0.3  10  8.23  F'f 3->6
    96- 39 B 07-11-28 00:39:16  BY 119.0 0.5   4 29.8   AA 5->inv
    82-118 A 07-11-28 00:59:11  BY 112.8 0.5   3 37.6   A'F 5->7 Note 1
    91- 29 B 07-11-28 01:03:12  BY  74.4 1.0   1 74     MM 5->7
    63- 47 G 07-11-28 01:09:54  BY 105.6 0.3  20  5.28  AA 6->inv Note 4
    80- 87 B 07-11-28 01:17:08  BY 179.1 0.3  10 17.91  FF 5->8
    74- 89 A 07-11-28 01:52:40  BY  46.4 0.4   3 15.5   F'F 6->inv Note 2
    04- 29 A 07-11-30 00:01:06  BY  36.6 0.5  11  3.33  A'F' 4->6 
    83-  4 A 07-11-30 00:52:15  BY 109.0 0.5   7 15.6   FF 1->7 irr Note 3
    80- 87 B 07-11-30 01:00:55  BY 179.1 0.3  10 17.91  FF 5->8
    99- 23 B 07-11-30 01:25:12  BY  61.4 0.4  20 3.07   FF 5->inv
    Notes:
    1) with 2 @ 5 mag F not included in count
    2) pairs of flashes 3.6s apart
    3) cycle time irrelevant - slow flares and irr flashes very enigmatic object
    4) may have missed a few maxs
    
    
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