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From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Sat Oct 09 2010 - 05:28:22 UTC

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    These are from last night, at Okie Tex. Back home now. Left due to what I call 
    "hysterical blindness" due to pristine dark skies and nearly perfect weather - I 
    simply could not process any more photons. 
    
    
    Found the DSP cover (27680) easily using the time of night Scott imaged it 
    instead of opposition at 4 am. Showed it to neighbor at star party, who had a 
    32" Dobsonian and mentioned that this was basically his mirror cover...22,000 
    miles away. Blew his mind, and the others we told. Pointed out several naked eye 
    flaring geosats to folks, also.
    
    Regret error earlier this week; Mike points out my report of DSP F20        
    (26356,00-024A) was actually an Intelsat (21653,91055A). Luckily, I had not seen 
    that flasher before. Will do a PPAS report on it and others from this week. My 
    excuse is poor internet access for fresh elsets and a most satisfying 
    exhaustion.
    
    36868 10 039A   8338 E 20101008041828280 17 25 0238549+065015 47 S
    36868 10 039A   8338 E 20101008041925230 17 25 0241017+064593 57 S
    36868 10 039A   8338 E 20101008042109840 17 25 0245664+063663 57 S
    27680 97 008E   8338 E 20101008054230030 57 25 2027167-144396 47 F
    27680 97 008E   8338 E 20101008054449630 17 25 2029374-144283 57 F
    27680 97 008E   8338 E 20101008055022030 57 25 2034808-145025 77 F
    
    
    
    TULSA4
    
    
          
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