BY Obs Nov 7

From: Brad Young (brad.young@domain-engineering.com)
Date: Fri Nov 07 2008 - 18:31:26 UTC

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    96029D must have moved quite a bit - still brightest of the 3 but I can't
    make heads or tails of my points. Explorer 20 r/b (64-51B) and ODIN (01-7A)
    still enigmatic. 64-51B a few smooth maxima at 6m, then gone. ODIN same
    behavior, nothing like a few nights ago when it was brighter and much
    shorter maxima. 
    
    31701 07 027A   8336 G 20081107012152880 17 25 2113061+475009 38 S
    31701 07 027A   8336 G 20081107012215130 17 25 2142057+405810 97 S
    31701 07 027A   8336 G 20081107012238500 17 25 2206898+330350 38 S
    31701 07 027A   8336 G 20081107012317730 17 25 2239602+193896 87 S
    31708 07 027C   8336 G 20081107012325710 17 25 2243961+192382 48 S
    23908 96 029C   8336 G 20081107012454710 17 25 0022104+310670 38 S
    23908 96 029C   8336 G 20081107012519130 17 25 0028543+245673 28 S
    23936 96 029E   8336 G 20081107012501850 17 25 0024661+312238 37 S
    23936 96 029E   8336 G 20081107012545000 17 25 0035263+204205 48 S
    
    90- 17 B 08-11-07 00:10:25   BY  178.7 0.4  22  8.12  A; 6->inv
    03-  1 A 08-11-07 00:15:45   BY  117.8 0.4  60  1.96  A; 6->inv
    
    Brad Young
    TULSA 1
    COSPAR 8336
    36.1397N, 95.9838W, 205m ASL
    
    
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