RE: BY C 030413

From: Young, Brad (Alan.Young@wpxenergy.com)
Date: Tue Mar 05 2013 - 18:37:06 UTC

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    >From last night...by memory...
    
    10544 77 112E   8336 G 20130305014413710 17 25 0833181-051336 37 I +8->inv
    37728 11 029A   8336 G 20130305014820370 17 25 0727328+080119 48 S +4
    37728 11 029A   8336 G 20130305014823550 17 25 0735768+070388 58 S
    37728 11 029A   8336 G 20130305014826210 17 25 0743191+061071 58 S
    39025 12 071A   8336 G 20130305015454120 17 25 2110602+691995 68 S +4
    39025 12 071A   8336 G 20130305015522250 17 25 1846182+750178 48 S
    10529 77 112D   8336 G 20130305020104020 17 25 0648795-014773 38 S It was DUM of me to think it was the NOSS
    10529 77 112D   8336 G 20130305020123960 17 25 0727328+080119 48 S
    
    I haven't seen the STSS Demos in a while, usually 6-8 mag depending on pass.
    
    At least I get my 20 x 80s back today - better positions (for seesat and my shoulders) more light grab, but no overhead passes.
    
    -----Original Message-----
    From: seesat-l-bounces+alan.young=wpxenergy.com@satobs.org [mailto:seesat-l-bounces+alan.young=wpxenergy.com@satobs.org] On Behalf Of Derek C Breit
    Sent: Tuesday, March 05, 2013 12:31 PM
    To: 'Brad Young'; 'seesat'
    Subject: RE: BY C 030413
    
    Granted I wont be able to see it for at least 4 days, but what magnitude are
    we talking??
    
    Same question for STSS Demo 1 and 2.. 
    
    
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