BY Obs 19 Oct

From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Fri Oct 19 2007 - 15:53:44 EDT

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    Most are early by 0.2s, I have a feeling that was me, not the satellites...
    
    14112 83 056A   8336 G 20071019010958960 17 25 2145540+171727 28 S
    14112 83 056A   8336 G 20071019011049460 17 25 2326256+395491 38 S
    28095 03 054A   8336 G 20071019011203130 17 25 2238752-061807 38 S
    28095 03 054A   8336 G 20071019011237010 17 25 2300515+001582 38 S
    28097 03 054C   8336 G 20071019011253900 17 25 2309514+020886 77 S
    28097 03 054C   8336 G 20071019011336980 17 25 2340176+104046 58 S
    14144 83 056D   8336 G 20071019011821460 17 25 2153716+003212 48 S
    14144 83 056D   8336 G 20071019011851690 17 25 2240773+143317 18 S
    14144 83 056D   8336 G 20071019011916840 17 25 2324903+252880 28 S
    
    Still can't report old stuff :O( because its perfect weather tonight :O)
    
    Brad Young
    TULSA1
    COSPAR 8336
    +36.1397, -95.9838, 650ft ASL
    
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