BY PPAS Nov 2

From: Brad Young (brad.young@domain-engineering.com)
Date: Wed Nov 05 2008 - 19:45:14 UTC

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    ODIN (01-7A) seems to have changed dramatically. 86-73 I should've ignored
    flashes.
    
    99- 57 A 08-11-02 00:41:01   BY   56.3 0.5   8  7.0   A; 2->inv 1X
    01-  7 A 08-11-02 00:44:14   BY  107.9 0.3  43  2.51  A, 5->8
    61- 15 L 08-11-02 00:43:23   BY                       S; 8
    86- 73 A 08-11-02 01:06:18   BY   83.9 0.5   5 17.0   F'A'; 1->inv
    90- 90 C 08-11-02 01:57:47   BY                       S; 8
    02-  1 B 08-11-02 02:04:39   BY   52.2 0.3  50  1.04  A, 12->13 37X
    81- 50 B 08-11-02 02:19:04   BY   74.8 0.4   8  9.4   F; 6->9
    96-581 A 08-11-02 03:13:34   BY   49.6 0.4  29  1.71  F; 12->inv 37x Note 1
    88- 18 A 08-11-02 03:14:09   BY  271.6 0.4   4 67.9   F; 10->inv 37X Note 2
    87- 97 A 08-11-02 03:42:06   BY  262.6                F; 11->inv 37X Note 3
    04- 27 B 08-11-02 03:51:11   BY                50     A, 10->11 37X
    81-123 D 08-11-02 04:01:57   BY  132.0 0.5  15  8.80  A, 9->11 37X
    99- 13 D 08-11-02 04:19:32   BY                38     A, 10->12 37X
    04- 41 B 08-11-02 04:52:31   BY                       S; 11 37X
    
    Note 1: Suspect ID - may be a UNID object.
    Note 2: In field with (presumably) 96-581A although 96-581A ID is suspect.
    Note 3: Very irregular flashes, probably missed several (4 seen).
    
    Brad Young
    TULSA 2
    COSPAR 8335
    35.8311N, 96.1411W, 335m ASL 
    
    
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