BY Classfd Jun 22 The Rest

From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Wed Jun 24 2009 - 19:07:29 UTC

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    Here's the rest from Jun 22. 20344 reduces as 10s late, but I think it was closer to 6s late based on where it passed an UNID. Needs confirmation.
    
    Because Scott has covered so many (the easy way :O) I will not post my usual slew of positions - only the best ones. Plus we are still clear, so more tonight...
    
    34903 09 023A   8335 G 20090622051853650 17 25 2122525+383840 28 S
    96025 96 525A   8335 G 20090622053103190 57 25 1807236-143001 47 S
    96025 96 525A   8335 G 20090622053533190 57 25 1812071-143026 37 S
    28646 05 016A   8335 G 20090622054738090 17 25 2030559+733005 78 S
    90008 00 838A   8335 G 20090622055618030 57 25 1515885+003250 18 R
    90008 00 838A   8335 G 20090622060054400 57 25 1520441+001897 47 R
    29393 06 037A   8335 G 20090622075209340 17 25 0710614+830089 37 S
    30588 07 005C   8335 G 20090622082238360 17 25 0322276+733461 28 S
    20344 89 061D   8335 G 20090622083920960 17 25 2317816-071961 18 S
     TULSA2:
    COSPAR 8335 +35.831, -96.147 1100 ft
    
    
          
    
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