BY C 101115

From: Brad Young via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Sun, 11 Oct 2015 22:19:27 +0000 (UTC)
I may get some wrong, but I get to see them live, and tons of meteors. These are surest of 71 points, many positions lost due to magnitude of stars limit. 10669 must've been naked eye flashing. UNIDs etc. later. 40101 is brighter of the 2, they were just separated  with the dim one leading and slightly north. Now to get ready for tonight!

36868 10 039A   8335 G 20151011022415090 57 25 2323771-041357 67 S 
38529 12 034B   8335 G 20151011023424060 57 25 2244260-045054 18 S 
38529 12 034B   8335 G 20151011023447060 57 25 2244641-044971 18 S 
38529 12 034B   8335 G 20151011023612630 57 25 2246056-045329 67 S 
08516 75 118C   8335 G 20151011024009250 57 25 0210843+052757 37 X+120 10 
08516 75 118C   8335 G 20151011024053860 57 25 0211629+052878 37 X 
08516 75 118C   8335 G 20151011024055670 57 25 0211650+052850 67 X 
27169 02 001B   8335 G 20151011025206810 57 25 2231996-105120 67 
27169 02 001B   8335 G 20151011025231390 57 25 2232404-105144 57 
27169 02 001B   8335 G 20151011025304090 57 25 2232940-105065 67 
27169 02 001B   8335 G 20151011025331170 57 25 2233388-105106 27 
05851 72 010A   8335 G 20151011030901240 57 25 0042778+020878 77 F+060 10 
05851 72 010A   8335 G 20151011030935120 57 25 0043367+020932 87 F 
05851 72 010A   8335 G 20151011031003490 57 25 0043813+021148 67 F 
11436 79 053C   8335 G 20151011031545410 57 25 0037603+021924 77 S+140 10 
11436 79 053C   8335 G 20151011031617330 57 25 0038109+022160 27 S 
11436 79 053C   8335 G 20151011031645080 57 25 0038567+022279 77 S 
11436 79 053C   8335 G 20151011031707380 57 25 0038914+022473 87 S 
25349 96 026B   8335 G 20151011032021780 57 25 0046161-035292 67 X+120 10 
25349 96 026B   8335 G 20151011032046930 57 25 0046585-035031 77 X 
25349 96 026B   8335 G 20151011032224620 57 25 0048258-034605 67 X 
25349 96 026B   8335 G 20151011032302530 57 25 0048928-034481 87 X 
21877 92 006C   8335 G 20151011041204810 57 25 0041042-051558 18 S+130 10 
21877 92 006C   8335 G 20151011041255850 57 25 0041956-051197 37 S 
10942 78 058B   8335 G 20151011041643580 57 25 0051623-084910 37 S+140 10 
10942 78 058B   8335 G 20151011041715490 57 25 0052250-084852 18 S 
10942 78 058B   8335 G 20151011041906500 57 25 0054456-084650 18 S 
22738 93 046C   8335 G 20151011042211310 57 25 0056190-063244 97 S+130 10 
20066 89 046A   8335 G 20151011042427030 57 25 0044924-070884 37 R+110 10 120000 
20066 89 046A   8335 G 20151011042448470 57 25 0045272-070760 17 R 
20066 89 046A   8335 G 20151011042609410 57 25 0046548-070220 77 R 
20066 89 046A   8335 G 20151011042651530 57 25 0047201-065826 18 R 
40101 14 043C   8335 G 20151011043832150 57 25 0051385-061076 67 
40101 14 043C   8335 G 20151011043859090 57 25 0051824-060734 97 
40101 14 043C   8335 G 20151011043946420 57 25 0052592-060674 97 
10669 78 016A   8335 G 20151011045621870 57 25 0159203+072372 57 F+050 10 043000 
10669 78 016A   8335 G 20151011045733680 57 25 0200356+072848 18 F 
 Brad Young Bright:20 x 80 Celestron binoculars parallelogram tripod Dim:22" f/4.2 UC Obsession _at_ 100x Numbers above and methods explained at: http://www.satobs.org/seesat/Jan-2015/0074.html COSPAR 8336 =TULSA1 +36.139208,-95.983429 660ft, 201m COSPAR 8335 =TULSA2 +35.8311  -96.1411 1083ft, 330m
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