BY Obs 18Sep 07

From: Brad Young (brad.young@domain-engineering.com)
Date: Thu Sep 20 2007 - 13:42:23 EDT

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    From other night / morning before a trip:
    
    11732 80 019D   8336 G 20070918010929840 17 25 1930052+015886 28 S
    11732 80 019D   8336 G 20070918010945690 17 25 1950788+085215 37 S
    11732 80 019D   8336 G 20070918010951550 17 25 1959086+112351 87 S
    11732 80 019D   8336 G 20070918011011530 17 25 2028850+200602 77 S
    25991 99 067A   8336 G 20070918012230890 17 25 1946434+183316 28 S
    25991 99 067A   8336 G 20070918012249690 17 25 1942431+272372 77 S
    
    Designtn   Date    Time     Obsr Durtn Acc Num  Per   Remarks
    07- 23 A 07-09-18 01:13:52   BY   53.7                Flare mag 0 Note 1
    78-105 A 07-09-18 01:47:29   BY                       S 7
    71- 87 B 07-09-18 02:06:48   BY                       S 8.5
    78- 64 A 07-09-18 10:27:50   BY   48.8                Flare +1 Note 2
    87- 18 A 07-09-18 10:34:52   BY                       S 6
    93- 61 A 07-09-18 10:44:16   BY   58.3                S 6
    84- 47 H 07-09-18 10:59:12   BY                       S 6
    72- 89 A 07-09-18 11:00:59   BY                       dtm mag 6
    
    Notes:
    1) 2nd BRIGHT flare from this bird when 45-60 deg up in the west!
    2) Seen while looking for 28255 - not seen with overwhelming SeaSat near
    Mars and Capella.
    
    Brad Young
    TULSA 1
    COSPAR 8336
    36.1397N, 95.9838W, 205m ASL
    
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