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From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Thu Jan 30 2014 - 01:55:00 UTC

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    Couldn't take cold wind long enough to try unlikely asteroid occultation later. Mercury beautiful in WSW.
    
    21809 91 076E   8336 G 20140130005114500 17 25 0730421+060925 28  
    21809 91 076E   8336 G 20140130005120900 17 25 0735642+073204 18  
    21809 91 076E   8336 G 20140130005134930 17 25 0746911+102343 37  
    FPAS12,03174,R8336A,20140130,005328,1s,-,36.1,-95.9,201,SUBG,RNe,k,22s,8,k,G1kkNNN,N,-,-,-,-,-,-,-;
    
    FPAS12,24729,R8336B,20140130,005756,1s,-,36.1,-95.9,201,SSBG,RSS,k,17s,9,k,G1kkNNN,N,-,-,-,-,-,-,UNID new to me;
    
     
    Brad Young
    Bright:20 x 80 Garrett binoculars fluid pan head tripod 
    Dim:22" f/4.2 UC Obsession @ 100x.
    Numbers above and methods explained at:
    http://satobs.org/seesat/Aug-2013/0140.html
    COSPAR 8336 = TULSA1
    +36.139208,-95.983429 660ft, 201m
    COSPAR 8335 = TULSA2
    +35.8311  -96.1411 1083ft, 330m
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