BY C 060114

From: Brad Young via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Sun, 1 Jun 2014 12:55:56 -0700 (PDT)
What a wonderful night to be outside, looking at satellites in real time! Passing clouds and dubious weather forecast led to decision to stay home, instead of driving to dark sky site and setting up large scope. With 4 lunar occultations and a ton of satellites to look for, I was quite happy with the decision. Sorry, I just don't see setting up a camera and watching TV the next day, although, the time spent reducing is tedious. FPAS and UNIDs later. 37169 dubious - could use verification.

20691 90 050C   8336 F 20140601034415260 17 25 1558818+682181 58 S
20691 90 050C   8336 F 20140601034420620 17 25 1623073+692289 28 S
20691 90 050C   8336 F 20140601034423650 17 25 1638318+695931 28 S
37229 10 062H   8336 F 20140601070337900 17 25 1710596+652976 18 S
37229 10 062H   8336 F 20140601070340860 17 25 1713497+660935 18 S
37229 10 062H   8336 F 20140601070343070 17 25 1715482+663865 27 S
39462 13 072A   8336 F 20140601070703570 17 25 2029687+482794 77 S
39462 13 072A   8336 F 20140601070712000 17 25 2015474+474268 27 S
39462 13 072A   8336 F 20140601070729420 17 25 1946225+454235 28 S
37813 11 050A   8336 F 20140601072216030 17 25 0506353+854682 28 S
37813 11 050A   8336 F 20140601072245460 17 25 0618865+785211 28 S
38773 12 048P   8336 F 20140601073945390 17 25 2012691+465099 48 S
38773 12 048P   8336 F 20140601073956570 17 25 2028699+485306 27 S
38758 12 048A   8336 F 20140601074006460 17 25 2036075+485716 28 S
39061 13 002A   8336 F 20140601074738200 17 25 0954899+605262 48 S
39061 13 002A   8336 F 20140601074751400 17 25 0937154+602096 28 S
28095 03 054A   8336 F 20140601075425500 17 25 2132502-061853 97 S
28095 03 054A   8336 F 20140601075432460 17 25 2136673-050423 18 S
28095 03 054A   8336 F 20140601075437180 17 25 2139410-041633 28 S
37169 10 048B   8336 F 20140601075852340 17 25 0202953+734849 18 S
37169 10 048B   8336 F 20140601075920680 17 25 2353742+751459 28 S
28097 03 054C   8336 F 20140601081825710 17 25 2115376-010621 38 S
28097 03 054C   8336 F 20140601081833620 17 25 2120702+004394 97 S
28097 03 054C   8336 F 20140601081857160 17 25 2138339+054703 48 S
28097 03 054C   8336 F 20140601081859090 17 25 2139995+060897 48 S
22639 93 026B   8336 F 20140601085557620 17 25 2020216-142559 28 S
22639 93 026B   8336 F 20140601085608560 17 25 2027156-113299 18 S
22639 93 026B   8336 F 20140601085629720 17 25 2043219-052677 18 S
25991 99 067A   8336 F 20140601092511740 17 25 2144029+095450 28 S
25991 99 067A   8336 F 20140601092522690 17 25 2136434+060480 18 S
25991 99 067A   8336 F 20140601092551910 17 25 2117953-033056 77 S

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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