A. Observed from Albuquerque, New Mexico (USA) on 22 Feb 97 UT with 7x50 mm binoculars. A near full moon was to the northeast and thin cirrus clouds were present during portions of the obs. Had 3 obs at 23.4 second intervals ending at 02:34:40.04 UT followed by 11.7 second intervals from 02:34:51.81 to 02:38:22.25 UT. observed 4 more flashes at 23.4 seconds starting at 02:38:45.69 UT. The flash at 02:34:16.7 UT appeared to be the brightest but it was one of the 23.4 sec interval flashes. Some of the flashes later were almost as bright. I did not note bright/faint flashes (but may have occurred) during the 11.7 second period. Cannot provide unambiguous center point other than the mid point of the 11.7 sec flashes (02:36:42.85 UT). Note that this is between the flashes at 02:36:37.0 and 02:36:48.7 UT. Note that this may be a different reference point than in other reports. Position was 106:33:44 W, 35:09:57 N, 5370 feet. (UT-7 or MST.) B. Observed from Falcon, CO (USA) with 8" scope on 25 Feb 97. Only observed 11.7 sec flashes starting at about 02:37 UT. Timed flashes from 02:38:25.75 to 02:46:37.08 UT when clouds interfered. Estimate the brightest flash at 02:41:09.4 UT . Shortly after this flash, about 6 flashes of near equal brightness. Mid-point of these flashes was the flash at 02:42:07.8 UT. (pick the one before if desired or in between the two as I did in A.) Beginning at 02:42:54.7 UT, detected fainter flashes alternating with brighter flashes. This was shifted by 11.7 seconds from the faint/bright flash pattern before the equal brightness flashes (02:41:21.1 to 02:42:19.4 UT) Position of Superbird A at 02:44:16.6 UT is RA 8:13:57 (H:M:S) and Dec -01:14 (D:M) (J2000) Conclusions/disclaimers: My ability to accurately estimate magnitudes during the brightest flashes is still not the best. However, I seem to detect a trend where the absolute brightest flash occurs just prior to a period of nearly equally bright flashes. After this time, the alternating bright/faint pattern resumes but shifted by 11.7 seconds compared to before the period of equally bright flashes.