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From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Fri Mar 18 2011 - 15:40:28 UTC

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    Unexpectedly clear but bright moon. Saw a few while checking on the fading flaring geosats and carbon stars. 15422 very faint but matches integrated elset well. No luck with 90070 (12x60s), 3334, 16116, 29241, 23438 but too near moon and in city.
    
    08835 76 038C   8336 F 20110318012920590 17 25 0407026+501927 18 S
    08835 76 038C   8336 F 20110318012944240 17 25 0417204+651459 58 S
    27711 03 012A   8336 F 20110318040121640 57 25 1126652-022143 77 S
    27711 03 012A   8336 F 20110318040448310 57 25 1130063-022278 67 S
    26716 01 009B   8336 F 20110318043055060 57 25 1122912+005865 57 R
    26716 01 009B   8336 F 20110318043142540 57 25 1123694+005807 97 R
    26716 01 009B   8336 F 20110318043333490 57 25 1125597+005777 37 R
    26716 01 009B   8336 F 20110318043403180 57 25 1126099+005616 87 R
    26716 01 009B   8336 F 20110318043536790 57 25 1127644+005588 17 R
    15422 77 038C   8336 F 20110318050107290 57 25 1124628-015226 28 E
    
    TULSA1:
    COSPAR 8336 +36.1397, -95.9838, 201m
    
    
          
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