TML obs of 2010 FEB 03-04 UTC - Part II

From: Tim Luton (timothy_luton@verizon.net)
Date: Fri Feb 05 2010 - 01:29:19 UTC

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    18009 87 043E   8536 G 20100204000848059 56 25 0031865+323413 37 S+080 10
    18009 87 043E   8536 G 20100204000915089 56 25 0054279+284236 37 S+085 10
    18010 87 043F   8536 G 20100204001537038 56 25 0205781+081273 37 S+085 10
    18010 87 043F   8536 G 20100204001623049 56 25 0231113+003319 37 S+085 10
    14143 83 056C   8536 F 20100204002116036 56 25 1243080+723998 37 S+085 10
    20692 90 050D   8536 E 20100204013746024 56 25 2343380+575968 37 S+075 10
    20692 90 050D   8536 E 20100204013844047 56 25 0055916+575099 37 S+075 10
    20642 90 050E   8536 E 20100204013901012 56 25 0109666+580028 37 S+065 10
    20642 90 050E   8536 E 20100204013937059 56 25 0200530+555302 37 S+070 10
    20691 90 050C   8536 E 20100204013950020 56 25 0218024+555159 37 S+070 10
    20691 90 050C   8536 E 20100204014015032 56 25 0252966+530245 37 S+065 10
    
    14143 was a glimpse through the tree limbs and there was a pretty good 
    distance between the sighted stars.
    Clouds have rolled back in and we are forecasted to get a bunch of rain over 
    the next week.
    
    Tim Luton, Suffolk, Virginia, USA
    Site 8536: 36.8479 N, 76.5010 W, 4 meters.
    
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