BY Okietex 091512

From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Sat Sep 15 2012 - 17:39:03 UTC

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    Two lessons learned last night; even for Congo in July take your Carharts coveralls and always change the stopwatch battery for a star party. 22009 is a real point - since it has been my nemesis for so long I at least thought to write it down. Had just a minute or so of dim flashing, had 30 cycles of alternating 12/13 mag flashes in about a minute. Others for interest only, a fit between where and when I started looking and the predicted path, so they should be good to 30s. 23712 gave a lovely golden flare then returned to usual 11th mag.
    
    Finally, the not seens were 26054,22915, and couldn't look for 12932 as it is hidden behind a mesa.
    
    09855 77 007C   8338 G 20120915072700000 39 25 2249100-023778 86 S
    23712 95 060A   8338 G 20120915091140000 39 25 2230086-152318 67 M+070 10
    22009 92 037A   8338 G 20120915093419160 57 25 2244188-143092 37 F+120 10
    
    Numbers above and methods explained at:
    http://www.satobs.org/seesat/Jul-2012/0328.html
    
    8338 36.8978 102.9522 4400  OkieTex
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