BY O 100917 Visual

From: Brad Young via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Mon, 9 Oct 2017 05:15:00 +0000 (UTC)
21949 92 023A   8336 E 20171009004355370 17 25 1543904-061050 18 X
21949 92 023A   8336 E 20171009004435770 17 25 1558773-141459 28 X
29522 06 050A   8336 E 20171009010509350 17 25 1731024-132139 28  
29522 06 050A   8336 E 20171009010514900 17 25 1728104-120337 28  
13874 83 008H   8336 E 20171009012209950 17 25 0120979+644971 18  
13874 83 008H   8336 E 20171009012219680 17 25 0156448+640313 38  
13874 83 008H   8336 E 20171009012226280 17 25 0216517+632274 28
Several geosats flaring low, but I still cannot be sure that I see them in binoculars below 6 deg up, even at shadow egress. The bridge by my house is closed for repairs, and the lights are off, for a short time. Usually, I had to set up in the breakdown lane and prop against the light on a hill overlooking the park.
Brad Young Visual:
Bright:20 x 80 Celestron binoculars 
Dim:22" f/4.2 UC Obsession
COSPAR 8336 =TULSA1 +36.139208,-95.983429 660ft, 201m
COSPAR 8335 =TULSA2 +35.8311  -96.1411 1083ft, 330m
Remote Imaging:
7779 32.92 -105.528 7000 Mayhill, New Mexico USA
7778 -31.2733 149.0644 3400 Siding Spring, NSW, Australia
7777 38.165653 -2.326735 5150 Nerpio, Spain
7780 37.07 -119.4 4610 Auberry CA USA
7782 -32.008 -116.135 984 Perth, WA, Australia
Numbers above and methods explained at: http://www.satobs.org/seesat/Jan-2015/0074.html 
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