JN 9633 Feb 6 obs

From: nixj.geo@yahoo.com
Date: Sat Feb 06 2010 - 09:27:55 UTC

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    Hi,
    
    28647 05 016B   9633 G 20100206010038120 37 25 0329565+493023 78 S+030 10
    18025 87 043H   9633 G 20100206011755560 37 25 0141626+163217 19 S+090 10
    14144 83 056D   9633 G 20100206020047900 37 25 0835143+600730 19 S+085 10
    14144 83 056D   9633 G 20100206020056900 37 25 0836434+610715 67 S+085 10
    14180 83 056G   9633 G 20100206020853430 37 25 0837112+600263 18 S+085 10
    
    BWGS -> 13777 IRAS
    83-004 A 10-02-06 01:47:07.33JN  57.0 0.2   3  19.0 IR MAX BINOCS, 1.0 TO INV
    Notes:
    Pretty irregular, used mid points of four maximas I observed in the PPAS formatted observation.  Max's varied in length 6, 17, 4 and 5 secs.. Periods between Max's also varied, ( mins 11, 05 & 14 secs).  There were flashes embedded in the Maximas.  Noted one flash near mag 1.0 naked eye before switching to binoculars for rest of observation.
    
    Clearest, cleanest sky seen at this location. Identified 11.96 magnitude stellar objects near theta 1 & theta 2 Orion at 53 deg. elevation.  Also noted similar objects near 12th magnitude not on my Tycho charts. (did not have to use "averted" vision to see them).
    
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        |  Lewisville,TX  Lat:  33.02064N, Long:-96.99822W, Alt. 153m 
        |  T 52f     H 60%    BP 29.85    DP  36-40     
    JIM |  Clear    12.0       UTC:-6                     Jan 6 UTC
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