BY Obs Oct 10

From: Brad Young (brad.young@domain-engineering.com)
Date: Fri Oct 10 2008 - 16:54:01 UTC

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    Moon plus high cirrus made for harder conditions. Did not see last night's
    UNID again but while revisiting the field I caught 19397 (Gorizont 16,
    88-71A) flashing dimly to 8th mag, after seeing last weekend flashing
    brightly on the other side of the shadow. That night hasn't been reported
    yet - I'm still behind on this great stuff I've seen.
    
    25725 99 023B   8336 F 20081010012107690 17 25 2038938-081797 97 R
    25725 99 023B   8336 F 20081010012120460 17 25 2053118-081504 68 R
    25725 99 023B   8336 F 20081010012141190 17 25 2114952-075839 48 R
    25746 99 028C   8336 F 20081010015130780 17 25 0013741+164771 18 R
    
    79- 57 A 08-10-10 00:49:57   BY  105.2 0.3  48  2.19  A'A'; 2,5->8
    91- 29 B 08-10-10 01:17:56   BY   68.9 9.9   1 69     A; 7->8
    99- 23 B 08-10-10 01:20:47   BY   44.0 0.4  10  4.40  A; 4->6
    85- 94 G 08-10-10 01:27:22   BY  120.5 1.0   6 20.1   A; 7->8
    88- 71 A 08-10-10 01:48:12   BY  634.0 0.4   5 126.8  F; 8->inv
    
    Brad Young
    TULSA 1
    COSPAR 8336
    36.1397N, 95.9838W, 205m ASL
    
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