BY Classfd Aug 21

From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Fri Aug 21 2009 - 17:02:53 UTC

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    Spectacular night! Found several new 96xxx objects (for me) and some old elset objects. Can't swear I saw 90084, but I did see a very slowly drifting object right where it should be at edge of averted vision at 150x. Will try to confirm tonight. 96078 was definitely seen, and steady, unlike flash previously reported. Had 2 other positions on it but can't get stars - point is, it didn't flash and was on time. Now, I wonder what it was I saw a few nights ago?
    
    Only downside was no 8916, 90004, or 25148. Will try some more sweeping techniques suggested for those.
    
    And while I wasn't observing satellites, cooler clear air made DSO and asteroid searches easy. Autumn, come early I hope :O)
     29249 06 027A   8335 E 20090821024522400 57 25 0120682+574157 27 S
    29249 06 027A   8335 E 20090821024745090 57 25 0123056+573435 87 S
    29249 06 027A   8335 E 20090821024856880 57 25 0124152+573063 47 S
    29249 06 027A   8335 E 20090821025133960 57 25 0126694+572154 37 S
    29249 06 027A   8335 E 20090821025258090 57 25 0128041+571723 37 S
    24680 96 072A   8335 E 20090821025527860 17 25 1932103+202247 38 M-020 10
    24680 96 072A   8335 E 20090821025605150 17 25 1925640+362110 18 S
    25017 97 064A   8335 E 20090821031659400 17 25 1156736+603133 37 S
    25017 97 064A   8335 E 20090821031823010 17 25 1517316+710532 38 S
    25017 97 064A   8335 E 20090821031834650 17 25 1614737+705021 37 S
    96020 96 520A   8335 E 20090821033441130 57 25 2144446-114810 17 S+120 10
    96020 96 520A   8335 E 20090821033538480 57 25 2145646-114635 47 S
    96020 96 520A   8335 E 20090821033633400 57 25 2146771-114478 37 S
    96127 96 627A   8335 E 20090821035956340 57 25 2141595-144198 57 S+140 10
    96127 96 627A   8335 E 20090821040044190 57 25 2142429-144222 57 S
    96127 96 627A   8335 E 20090821040221260 57 25 2144016-144496 37 S
    90070 06 829A   8335 E 20090821041329780 17 25 1657240+061616 97 S
    90070 06 829A   8335 E 20090821041400590 17 25 1712331+064213 47 S
    90070 06 829A   8335 E 20090821041444380 17 25 1733553+071070 37 S
    96078 96 578A   8335 E 20090821043057730 17 25 2136486-180978 37 S+140 10
    96085 96 585A   8335 E 20090821061903150 57 25 2118189-184127 37 R
    96085 96 585A   8335 E 20090821061928840 57 25 2118569-184296 57 R
    96085 96 585A   8335 E 20090821061939480 57 25 2118763-184308 18 R
    27712 03 012B   8335 E 20090821063711030 57 25 1910610-080414 18 R+110 10 000900
    27712 03 012B   8335 E 20090821063752340 57 25 1911254-080504 27 R
    27712 03 012B   8335 E 20090821063841840 57 25 1912126-080482 87 R
    27712 03 012B   8335 E 20090821063932510 57 25 1912948-080610 77 R
    90084 09 710A   8335 E 20090821071048460 18 25 2342616-033317 37  +150 10
    
    
    
    TULSA2:
    COSPAR 8335 +35.831, -96.147 1100 ft
    
    
    
          
    
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