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From: Brad Young (brad.young@domain-engineering.com)
Date: Wed Nov 05 2008 - 20:02:02 UTC

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    Skymed 3 (8-54A) looks like it will be as entertaining as its older sisters.
    
    97- 82 B 08-10-27 00:28:21   BY  132.0 0.8  19  6.95  A'F'; 3->inv
    07- 55 B 08-10-27 00:42:20   BY  137.5                S; 4 1X Priority 3
    99- 57 A 08-10-27 00:43:44   BY   43.1 0.5   6  7.2   A; 2->inv 1X
    08- 54 B 08-10-27 01:30:51   BY                54     A; 5->inv
    64-  2 A 08-10-28 00:26:36   BY                       S; 5
    82-118 A 08-10-28 00:56:44   BY  159.4 0.4   7 22.8   A; 5->inv
    98- 72 C 08-10-28 01:10:29   BY                62     A; 6->inv
    08- 54 A 08-10-30 00:48:55   BY   60.3                Flare +1 1X
    99- 57 G 08-10-30 01:01:07   BY   54.8 0.5   7  7.8   A; 7->inv as an UNID
    07- 43 C 08-10-30 01:11:49   BY  208.4 9.0   3 69     M; 5->6
    72-  3 B 08-10-31 00:30:01   BY  209.6 0.3 128  1.638 F; 4->inv
    95- 27 B 08-10-31 00:36:10   BY  181.6 0.5  18 10.09  A; 6->inv
    75-123 D 08-10-31 00:55:56   BY   51.5 0.5  12  4.29  A; 7->inv
    08- 54 A 08-10-31 01:07:10   BY   14.7                Flare +1 1X
    06-  6 B 08-10-31 01:15:30   BY  123.3 0.3  52  2.37  A; 4->5 Note 1
    92- 70 D 08-11-03 00:14:30   BY  120.7                S; 6
    86- 19 A 08-11-03 00:38:24   BY   25.6                Flare +1 1x
    76- 77AX 08-11-03 00:50      BY                       S; 8 in Jupiter field
    04- 28 B 08-11-03 01:16:12   BY                74     M; 5->7
    91- 61 A 08-11-03 01:19:59   BY   13.3                Flare +2 1X
    75- 91 B 08-11-03 01:24:40   BY  205.2 0.5  25  8.21  F; 5->inv
    63- 47 G 08-11-04 00:23:11   BY  117.1 0.7  10 11.7   A; 6->7
    64- 51 B 08-11-04 00:46:42   BY   81.3 0.7   3 27.1   A; 7->inv Note 3
    96- 52 C 08-11-04 01:27:33   BY  144.6                S; 7 priority 3 object
    04- 29 B 08-11-04 01:31:56   BY   89.3                S; 8 priority 3 object
    91- 32 A 08-11-05 00:09:14   BY   40.2 0.4  26  1.54  A'F 5->inv Note 4
    70-  8 C 08-11-05 00:13:16   BY                       S; 7
    95- 27 B 08-11-05 00:43:39   BY  205.6 0.4  20 10.28  A; 6->inv
    90- 30 B 08-11-05 00:56:23   BY  111.5                S; 4 priority 3 object
    92- 52 A 08-11-05 01:07:49   BY  241.7 0.4  10 24.17  FA'F; 4->inv Note 2
    
    Note 1: Seem to have missed several cycles - much more dtm at this phase
    angle.
    Note 2: Much more "active" in northern part of pass - then settled into a
    fairly steady period.
    Note 3: Missed on several occasions, then rather easy this apparition, and
    gone again the next night!
    Note 4: Much more active than previous sightings, low in SSW.
    
    Brad Young
    TULSA 1
    COSPAR 8336
    36.1397N, 95.9838W, 205m ASL
    
    
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