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From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Mon Feb 11 2013 - 03:27:56 UTC

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    By far the best sight was 17.1 hr old moon (personal record) low in WSW with Mercury and Mars a field away in 12x60s. Used same for those below; UNIDs and FPAS later. Cold gusty wind.
    
    14795 84 012F   8336 G 20130211010645550 17 25 2217099+571366 38 S
    14795 84 012F   8336 G 20130211010647710 17 25 2213587+581463 78 S
    17997 87 043A   8336 G 20130211011832000 17 25 0427976+190931 18 I
    17997 87 043A   8336 G 20130211011837250 17 25 0431123+175551 38 I
    17997 87 043A   8336 G 20130211011843730 17 25 0434778+162497 28 I
    37229 10 062H   8336 G 20130211023509990 17 25 0613252+593513 38  
    25725 99 023B   8336 G 20130211023626920 17 25 0542458+013383 38 R
    25725 99 023B   8336 G 20130211023631330 17 25 0546255+013630 28 R
    25725 99 023B   8336 G 20130211023636700 17 25 0550633+014296 38 R
    25725 99 023B   8336 G 20130211023646170 17 25 0558317+015080 17 R
    
    Numbers above and methods explained at:
    http://www.satobs.org/seesat/Nov-2012/0224.html
    
    
    COSPAR 8336 = TULSA1
    36.139208,-95.983429
    COSPAR 8335 = TULSA2
    +35.8311  -96.1411 1100ft
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