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Showing posts with label (TEL 7). Show all posts
Showing posts with label (TEL 7). Show all posts

Jan 9, 2017

Confirmation images of the NEO 2017 AF5


A confirmation image of the Near Earth Objects 2017 AF5
on 2017-01-06 from AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain - (MPC Code I89)
using itelescope.net's (T7 TEL 0.43-m f/6.8 reflector + CCD)
a stack of 5-60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images
(C) Steven M. Tilley

A confirmation image of the Near Earth Objects 2017 AF5
on 2017-01-06 from AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain - (MPC Code I89)
using itelescope.net's (T7 TEL 0.43-m f/6.8 reflector + CCD)
a stack of 5-60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images
(C) Steven M. Tilley

A confirmation image of the Near Earth Objects 2017 AF5
on 2017-01-06 from AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain - (MPC Code I89)
using itelescope.net's (T7 TEL 0.43-m f/6.8 reflector + CCD)
a stack of 5-60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images
(C) Steven M. Tilley
A confirmation image of the Near Earth Objects 2017 AF5
on 2017-01-06 from AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain - (MPC Code I89)
using itelescope.net's (T7 TEL 0.43-m f/6.8 reflector + CCD)
a stack of 5-60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images
(C) Steven M. Tilley
A confirmation image of the Near Earth Objects 2017 AF5
on 2017-01-07 from AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain - (MPC Code I89)
using itelescope.net's (T18 TEL 0.32-m f/8.0 reflector + CCD)
a stack of 5-60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images
(C) Steven M. Tilley
A confirmation image of the Near Earth Objects 2017 AF5
on 2017-01-07 from AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain - (MPC Code I89)
using itelescope.net's (T18 TEL 0.32-m f/8.0 reflector + CCD)
a stack of 5-60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images
(C) Steven M. Tilley
A confirmation image of the Near Earth Objects 2017 AF5
on 2017-01-07 from AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain - (MPC Code I89)
using itelescope.net's (T18 TEL 0.32-m f/8.0 reflector + CCD)
a stack of 5-60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images
(C) Steven M. Tilley
A confirmation image of the Near Earth Objects 2017 AF5
on 2017-01-07 from AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain - (MPC Code I89)
using itelescope.net's (T18 TEL 0.32-m f/8.0 reflector + CCD)
a stack of 5-60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images
(C) Steven M. Tilley
A confirmation image of the Near Earth Objects 2017 AF5
on 2017-01-07 from AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain - (MPC Code I89)
using itelescope.net's (T18 TEL 0.32-m f/8.0 reflector + CCD)
a stack of 5-60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images
(C) Steven M. Tilley
A confirmation image of the Near Earth Objects 2017 AF5
on 2017-01-07 from AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain - (MPC Code I89)
using itelescope.net's (T18 TEL 0.32-m f/8.0 reflector + CCD)
a stack of 5-60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images
(C) Steven M. Tilley
Background
(as of 2017-01-09 )
 

Useful Links:
 

Nov 8, 2016

Information on the Asteroid (35396) 1997 XF11

The Near Earth Object (35396) 1997 XF11 is notable( or notorious) for the fact it became the center of a media firestorm on 11 March 1998 when an IAU Circular and press information sheet incorrectly stated the possibility of it impacting the Earth in 2028. Within a day new calculations where done showing the probability of Earth impact to be essentially zero. However this was after the news media reported the story and old(or incorrect) news stories have away living for long time(this can be a good thing if research is done right). This is why one should aways look for updates when doing any research. Recently this story has made a comeback in blogosphere. To show that (35396) 1997 XF11 is NOT "Being Hidden From the World" I obtain the publicly available orbit and imaged it from AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain (MPC Code I89)...and I fond where it should be. Here is the images, background information, and links on (35396) 1997 XF11.


The Near Earth Objects (35396) 1997 XF11 on 2016-11-01 from AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain - (MPC Code I89) using itelescope.net's (T7 TEL 0.43-m f/6.8 reflector + CCD) a stack of 4 - 60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images
(C) Steven M. Tilley
The Near Earth Objects (35396) 1997 XF11 on 2016-11-01 from AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain - (MPC Code I89)
using itelescope.net's (T7 TEL 0.43-m f/6.8 reflector + CCD) a stack of 4 - 60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images
(C) Steven M. Tilley




Background 

(as of 2016-11-07)

Jan 25, 2016

The Asteroid 2016 BE on 2016-01-25

 Background
(as of 2016-01-25 06:30 UTC)
(Some of the infomation here may quickly become out dated) 
 Astrometrica object verification windows with a(1 of 4) stack of 22 - 15 Second Luminance BIN2 Images taken with iTelescope.net's (TEL T7 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD) at (MPC Code I89) AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain
 Astrometrica object verification windows with a(2 of 4) stack of 22 - 15 Second Luminance BIN2 Images taken with iTelescope.net's (TEL T7 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD) at (MPC Code I89) AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain
 Astrometrica object verification windows with a(3 of 4) stack of 22 - 15 Second Luminance BIN2 Images taken with iTelescope.net's (TEL T7 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD) at (MPC Code I89) AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain
 Astrometrica object verification windows with a(1 of 4) stack of 22 - 15 Second Luminance BIN2 Images taken with iTelescope.net's (TEL T7 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD) at (MPC Code I89) AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain
Other links:

Oct 27, 2015

The Asteroid 2015 TB145


 Background
(as of 2015-10-26) 
A 120 Second Luminance BIN2 image of the asteroid 2015 TB145 taken on 2015-10-22 from AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain - (MPC Code - I89) itelescope.net's (TEL T7 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD)
(C) Steven M. Tilley
.
The asteroid 2015 TB145 45 x 60 Sec Stacked @ 0.371 "/min P.A. 28.6 MPC Code Q62 using itelescope.net's
(TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD) 2015-10-24 14:12:09 UTC
(c) Steven M. Tilley

The Asteroid 2015 TB145 on 2015-10-24

 Part 1:
40 Second(typo) 40-60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images taken with itelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD) at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62) 0n 2015-10-24 from 13:44 to 14:37 UTC
Part 2:
Astrometrica object verification window moving object detection 4-60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images Taken with iTelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD) at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62) 0n 2015-10-24 from 13:38 to 14:42 UTC
Part 3
A 45x60 Sec Stacked @ 0.371 "/min P.A. 28.6 MPC Code Q62 on (T27) 2015-10-24 (C) Steven M. Tilley

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Aug 31, 2015

The Asteroid 2015 PU228 on 2015-08-24 Video



The Asteroid 2015 PU228 on 2015-08-24
Orbit Type:  Apollo [NEO, PHA]
3 stack of  5- 60  Second Luminance BIN2
Images taken with itelescope.net's
(TEL T7 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD)
at AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain 
(MPC Code  I89)
on  2015-08-24 from 02:00 to 02:57 UTC

 for more infomation  go to The Asteroid 2015 PU228 on 2015-08-24


(C) Steven M. Tilley

Note at time of upload 2015 PU228 is  listed on the "Sentry Risk Table"  and the  "NEODyS CLOMON2 risk page"  as  Torino Scale   1. 

HOWEVER this  is NOT a prediction of an  impact  but rather a statement there is insufficient observational data rule out  an impact on 2081-01-15.40  With additional observations this asteroid  will likely  be re-assignment to Torino Scale   0.

Torino Scale

at the time of upload the chance the asteroid will MISS the Earth is 99.9928%


For more infomation read  "Understanding Risk Pages" by Jon Giorgini

Aug 28, 2015

The Asteroid 2015 NK13 on 2015-08-27

 Background
(as of 2015-08-27)
  •  Object: 2015 NK13
  • Approximate Diameter: 190 m - 430 m (623.36 feet to 1410.761 feet) ( Absolute Magnitude:  H= 20.7 )
  •  Orbit Type:  Apollo [ PHA] 
  •  On the Sentry Risk Table:  Yes  NOTE this  is NOT a prediction of an  impact  but rather a statement there is insufficient observational data rule out  an impact -- for infomation read  Understanding Risk Pages by Jon Giorgini
  • On the NEODyS CLOMON2 risk page: Yes
  • First Observed  on: 2015 07 08.542262
  • First Observed  By: Pan-STARRS 1 (MPC Code F51) ,   (The Discovery M.P.E.C.: MPEC 2015-N44 : 2015 NK13)
  •  Last Observed: 2015 08 26.83446
  •  Data-Arc Span: 49
  •  Number Oppositions : 1
  •  Number of Observations Made:  208
  • Next Close-Approach:  Will safely pass Earth on  2015-Sep-15 at  Nominal Distance of  0.100074473278037 AU ( 38.946 (LD)) or 14,970,928.113 miles or (14,970,928.113 KM)

Observing Run of 2015 NK13  on 2015-08-26 from Nerpio Spain
On 2015-08-22  I  ran a series of 45 -- 60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on itelescope.net's (TEL T7 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD) at AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain  (MPC Code  I89)  and created 3 stacks of  7  images ( working stars)

Astrometrica object verification window a stack (1of 3)  of  7- 60  Second Luminance BIN2 Images taken with itelescope.net's  (TEL T7 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD)  at AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain  (MPC Code  I89)
Astrometrica object verification window a stack (2of 3)  of  7- 60  Second Luminance BIN2 Images taken with itelescope.net's  (TEL T7 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD)  at AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain  (MPC Code  I89)
Astrometrica object verification window a stack (3 of 3)  of  7- 60  Second Luminance BIN2 Images taken with itelescope.net's  (TEL T7 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD)  at AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain  (MPC Code  I89)

Aug 25, 2015

The Asteroid 2015 PU228 on 2015-08-24

 Background
(as of 2015-08-24)
  •  Object:  2015 PU228
  • Approximate Diameter: 0.330 km (656.168 feet to 1476.378 feet) ( Absolute Magnitude:  H= 20.0)
  •  Orbit Type:  Apollo [ PHA] 
  •  On the Sentry Risk Table:  Yes  NOTE this  is NOT a prediction of an  impact  but rather a statement there is insufficient observational data rule out  an impact -- for more infomation read  Understanding Risk Pages by Jon Giorgini
  • JPL's Torino Scale:   1 -- with additional observations this asteroid  will likely  be re-assignment to Level 0.
  •  JPL's Maximum Impact Probability: chance of Earth impact 1 in 59,000 or 99.99830000% chance the asteroid will MISS the Earth 
  • On the NEODyS CLOMON2 risk page: Yes
  • NEODyS'  Torino Scale:  
  •  NEODyS' Maximum Impact Probability:  chance of Earth impact 1 in 54,000 or  99.99814000% chance the asteroid will MISS the Earth
  • First Observed  on:  2015 08 13.34097
  • First Observed  By: Space Surveillance Telescope, Atom Site (MPC Code
    G45) (The Discovery M.P.E.C.:  MPEC 2015-P73 : 2015 PU228 )
  •  Last Observed: 2015 08 24.1170
  •  Data-Arc Span: 10.776
  •  Number Oppositions : 1
  •  Number of Observations Made:  88
  • Last Close-Approach:   Passed the Earth on 2015-Jul-29 at a Nominal Distance of  0.159680285899145 (AU), (62.143 Lunar Distance (LD)), or 14,843,209.88  miles (23,887,830.762 (KM))
Observing Run of 2015 PU228  on 2015-08-24 from Nerpio Spain
 On 2015-08-24 I was able to obtain 17 -- 60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on itelescope.net's (TEL T7 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD)  at AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain  (MPC Code  I89)  and created 3 stacks of  5 images 
Astrometrica object verification window a stack (1of 3)  of  5- 60  Second Luminance BIN2 Images taken with itelescope.net's  (TEL T7 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD)  at AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain  (MPC Code  I89)
Astrometrica object verification window a stack (2 of 3)  of  5- 60  Second Luminance BIN2 Images taken with itelescope.net's  (TEL T7 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD)  at AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain  (MPC Code  I89)
Astrometrica object verification window a stack (3 of 3)  of  5- 60  Second Luminance BIN2 Images taken with itelescope.net's  (TEL T7 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD) at AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain  (MPC Code  I89)
The  Main-belt Asteroid  290465 (2005 TY169) 
While I was processing the FIts I spotted  the Main-belt Asteroid 290465 (2005 TY169)  in the  field of view.
Astrometrica object verification window a stack (1of 3)  of  5- 60  Second Luminance BIN2 Images taken with itelescope.net's  (TEL T7 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD)  at AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain  (MPC Code  I89)
Astrometrica object verification window a stack (2 of 3)  of  5- 60  Second Luminance BIN2 Images taken with itelescope.net's  (TEL T7 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD)  at AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain  (MPC Code  I89)
 
Astrometrica object verification window a stack (3 of 3)  of  5- 60  Second Luminance BIN2 Images taken with itelescope.net's  (TEL T7 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD)  at AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain  (MPC Code  I89)
Other links:

Jun 6, 2015

The Near-Earth Object 2015 KQ154 on 2015-06-05


The NEO 2015 KQ154 0n 2015-06-05
(Orbit type: Amor)
17 -- 15 Second Luminance BIN2 Images
using ITelescope.Net's
(TEL T7 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD)
at AstroCamp Observatory, Nerpio,
Spain - MPC Code I89
from 2015-06-05 00:24 to 00:39 (UTC)

May 18, 2015

The Near-Earth Object (Orbit type: Apollo [PHA] ) 2015 JJ on 2015 05 16 from AstroCamp Observatory, Nerpio, Spain (MPC Code - I89)

The Near-Earth Object (Orbit type: Apollo [PHA] ) 2015 JJ on 2015 05 16 from  AstroCamp Observatory, Nerpio, Spain (MPC Code - I89) —Three Stack of 7-60 Second Luminance BIN2 using itelescope.net’s  (TEL T7 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD)  © Steven M. Tilley 2015  NET UCAC-4      K15J00J KC2015 05 16.89762 14 50 10.17 +18 07 14.3          19.1 V      I89      K15J00J KC2015 05 16.90473 14 50 09.89 +18 07 48.5          19.2 V      I89      K15J00J KC2015 05 16.91182 14 50 09.63 +18 08 22.9          19.2 V      I89 ----- end -----
The Near-Earth Object (Orbit type: Apollo [PHA] ) 2015 JJ on 2015 05 16 from  AstroCamp Observatory, Nerpio, Spain (MPC Code - I89) —Three Stack of 7-60 Second Luminance BIN2 using itelescope.net’s  (TEL T7 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD)  © Steven M. Tilley 2015

NET UCAC-4
     K15J00J KC2015 05 16.89762 14 50 10.17 +18 07 14.3          19.1 V      I89
     K15J00J KC2015 05 16.90473 14 50 09.89 +18 07 48.5          19.2 V      I89
     K15J00J KC2015 05 16.91182 14 50 09.63 +18 08 22.9          19.2 V      I89
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