BY Obs Nov 30

From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Sun Nov 30 2008 - 21:36:39 UTC

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    Residuals not great. Listed NOAA 12 in two different ways / periods as it seems to change over the apparition, especially with western passes. After all these observations, I still cannot confirm a period.
    
    14180 83 056G   8336 F 20081130003248660 17 25 2307761+091139 38  
    14180 83 056G   8336 F 20081130003320090 17 25 0003284+265446 28  
    14180 83 056G   8336 F 20081130003327810 17 25 0020055+310312 28  
    23031 94 017B   8336 F 20081130004256660 17 25 2251622+371499 48 I
    23031 94 017B   8336 F 20081130004329310 17 25 2213586+114198 48 I
    23031 94 017B   8336 F 20081130004346890 17 25 2200551+004598 18 I
    
    91- 32 A 08-11-29 23:51:28   BY   57.2 0.3  31  1.85  A'F'(A->F)'; 4->inv
    91- 32 A 08-11-29 23:51:28   BY   45.5 0.3  12  3.79  FF'F; 5->inv
    08- 31 G 08-11-30 00:09:51   BY  134.8 0.5   7 19.3   A; 4->inv 1x
    08- 56 C 08-11-30 00:52:49   BY  152.9 5.0   4 38     A; 5->8
    92- 73 B 08-11-30 01:01:57   BY  123.9 2.0   3 41     M; 6->8
    
    TULSA1:
    COSPAR 8336 +36.1397, -95.9838, 201 m
    
    
    
          
    
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