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Showing posts with label confirmation. Show all posts

Jun 19, 2017

Confirmation Images of The NEO 2017 MC

A confirmation images of the NEO 2017 MC on 2017-06-18
from Mayhill, New Mexico (New Mexico Skies) (MPC Code H06),
a stack of 5-30 Second Luminance BIN2 Images taken with itelescope.net's
(TEL T11 0.50-m f/6.8 reflector + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer)
(c) Steven M. Tilley
A confirmation images of the NEO 2017 MC on 2017-06-18
from Mayhill, New Mexico (New Mexico Skies) (MPC Code H06),
a stack of 5-30 Second Luminance BIN2 Images taken with itelescope.net's
(TEL T11 0.50-m f/6.8 reflector + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer)
(c) Steven M. Tilley
A confirmation images of the NEO 2017 MC on 2017-06-18
from Mayhill, New Mexico (New Mexico Skies) (MPC Code H06),
a stack of 5-30 Second Luminance BIN2 Images taken with itelescope.net's
(TEL T11 0.50-m f/6.8 reflector + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer)
(c) Steven M. Tilley
A confirmation images of the NEO 2017 MC on 2017-06-18
from Mayhill, New Mexico (New Mexico Skies) (MPC Code H06),
a stack of 5-30 Second Luminance BIN2 Images taken with itelescope.net's
(TEL T11 0.50-m f/6.8 reflector + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer)
(c) Steven M. Tilley
A confirmation images of the NEO 2017 MC on 2017-06-18
from Mayhill, New Mexico (New Mexico Skies) (MPC Code H06),
a stack of 50-30 Second Luminance BIN2 Images taken with itelescope.net's
(TEL T11 0.50-m f/6.8 reflector + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer)
(c) Steven M. Tilley
A confirmation images of the NEO 2017 MC on 2017-06-18
from Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia (MPC Code Q62),
a stack of 20-30 Second Luminance BIN2 Images taken with itelescope.net's
(TEL T31 0.50-m f/6.8 reflector + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer)
(c) Steven M. Tilley
A confirmation images of the NEO 2017 MC on 2017-06-18
from Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia (MPC Code Q62),
a stack of 20-30 Second Luminance BIN2 Images taken with itelescope.net's
(TEL T31 0.50-m f/6.8 reflector + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer)
(c) Steven M. Tilley
A confirmation images of the NEO 2017 MC on 2017-06-18
from Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia (MPC Code Q62),
a stack of 20-30 Second Luminance BIN2 Images taken with itelescope.net's
(TEL T31 0.50-m f/6.8 reflector + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer)
(c) Steven M. Tilley
A confirmation images of the NEO 2017 MC on 2017-06-18
from Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia (MPC Code Q62),
a stack of 60-30 Second Luminance BIN2 Images taken with itelescope.net's
(TEL T31 0.50-m f/6.8 reflector + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer)
(c) Steven M. Tilley

Background

(as of 2017-06-18)
  • Object: 2017 MC
  • Approximate Diameter:  150 m - 380 m ( 492.126 feet to feet 1246.72)(Absolute Magnitude: H= 21.021)
  • Orbit Type: Apollo [NEO] Potentially Hazardous Asteroid
  • On the Sentry Risk Table: NO
  • On the NEODyS CLOMON2 risk page: NO
  • Discovery (First) observation was made: 2017 06 16.53663
  • Discovery (First )observation was made by:  ATLAS-MLO(Asteroid Terrestrial-impact Last Alert System)(MPC Code  T08) The Discovery M.P.E.C.: MPEC 2017-M15 : 2017 MC
  • Last Observation(publish) was made: 2017 06 18.64005 (by iTelescope Observatory, Siding Spring   (MPC Code Q62 )
  • Data-Arc Span(publish) :  2 days
  • Number of Optical Observations(published) : 76 
  • Observatories Reporting (Published) Observations(MPC Code):
    • (104) San Marcello Pistoiese, Italy.
    • (160) Castelmartini, Italy.
    • (204) Schiaparelli Observatory, Italy.
    • (595) Farra d'Isonzo, Italy.
    • (926) Tenagra II Observatory, Nogales, US/Arizona.
    • (B49) Paus Observatory, Sabadell, Spain.
    • (B74) Santa Maria de Montmagastrell, Spain.
    • (C23) Olmen,Belgium.
    • (H06) iTelescope Observatory, Mayhill, US/New Mexico.
    • (I93) St Pardon de Conques (N44.558708 W0.203000) France.
    • (J69) North Observatory, Clanfield (N50.939011 W1.019700) UK.
    • (J95) Great Shefford,UK.
    • (K38) M57 Observatory, Saltrio, Italy.
    • (K63) G. Pascoli Observatory, Castelvecchio Pascoli, Italy.
    • (K88) GINOP-KHK, Piszkesteto, Hungary.
    • (Q62) iTelescope Observatory, Siding Spring, Australia/NSW.
    • (T08) ATLAS-MLO, Mauna Loa,US/Hawaii.
    • (W25) RMS Observatory, Cincinnati,US/Ohio.
    • (W34) Squirrel Valley Observatory, Columbus, US/North Carolina.
    • (Y00) SONEAR Observatory, Oliveira, Brazil.

Nov 18, 2016

Images of The Asteroid 2016 UG on 2016-11-15 and 2016-11-16

Asteroid(and comet) observing is done by taking a series of images of a section of the night sky over a period of time with a telescope and CCD. Then data reduction is performed on the images looking for moving objects. The observer needs to make two or more observation for each moving object. All “known” objects have a designation, if the observer knows the object’s designation the observation can be reported using the object's designation. If the observer is not trying to identify objects, it is an unknown object or if there is any doubt, an observer-assigned temporary designation is used. The Minor Planet Center’s(MPC) computers check to see if any observations reported  with an observer-assigned temporary designation matchs a “known” objects,  If  any are  "unknown" and its "NEO score is 65” it is posted to “The NEOConfirmation Page”(NEOCP)

Many observers watch the NEOCP and do follow-up observation on listed objects.   As more observational data comes in better orbital elements can be generated, the "unknown" object may be shown to be a "known" object or shown to be a "new" object. When there are enough observations to generate useful orbital elements the object is assigned a provisional designation by the Minor Planet Center if the object is a NEO, a comet, or unusual a Minor Planet Electronic Circular will be issued.  It is possible over time with additional observational data two or more provisional designations maybe link showing they are the same object.   After four well-observed oppositions for main-belt (two to three for NEOs), asteroids are given a  number ( or their permanent designation and they are eligible to be named by the discoverer).

While many observers will targete NEOs for follow-up observations however other asteroids( i.e., Mars-crossers, main-belt, etc.) may be neglected and over time may become "lost."  On 2016-10-19  a new object was found by Pan-STARRS 1, it was posted to the NEOCP.  Three more observatories submitted observations, and on 2016-10-20.92 it was shown to be a Mars-crossing asteroid and the MPC assigned it the provisional designation 2016 UG.  Since it was not a NEO and pose no danger to Earth, no one targeted it for any follow-up observations.  Then on 2016-11-14 Pan-STARRS 1 reported observations for an object under an observer-assigned temporary designation and it was posted to the NEOCP.  Then observations were reported from two more observatories(including myself), and on 2016-11-16.06 the  "new" NEOCP object was shown to be the Mars-crossing asteroid, 2016 UG  and the orbital elements were updated.

Observations Made Before  the  Object  Was Updates.

A image of the asteroid 2016 UG on 2016-11-15
from Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
a stack of 5 - 120 second luminance BIN2 images taken with iTelescope.net's
(TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 reflector + CCD)
(C) Steven M. Tilley
A image of the asteroid 2016 UG on 2016-11-15
from Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
a stack of 5 - 120 second luminance BIN2 images taken with iTelescope.net's
(TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 reflector + CCD)
(C) Steven M. Tilley
A image of the asteroid 2016 UG on 2016-11-15
from Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
a stack of 5 - 120 second luminance BIN2 images taken with iTelescope.net's
(TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 reflector + CCD)
(C) Steven M. Tilley
A image of the asteroid 2016 UG on 2016-11-15
from Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
a stack of 15 - 120 second luminance BIN2 images taken with iTelescope.net's
(TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 reflector + CCD)
(C) Steven M. Tilley
Observations Made After  the  Object  Was Updates.
A image of the asteroid 2016 UG on 2016-11-16
 from Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
 a stack of 5 - 120 second luminance BIN2 images taken with iTelescope.net's 
(TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 reflector + CCD)
 (C) Steven M. Tilley


A image of the asteroid 2016 UG on 2016-11-16
 from Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
 a stack of 5 - 120 second luminance BIN2 images taken with iTelescope.net's 
(TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 reflector + CCD)
 (C) Steven M. Tilley
A image of the asteroid 2016 UG on 2016-11-16
 from Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
 a stack of 15 - 120 second luminance BIN2 images taken with iTelescope.net's 
(TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 reflector + CCD)
 (C) Steven M. Tilley
Background 
(as of 2016-11-17)




Oct 10, 2016

Confirmation of the comet C/2016 T1 (Matheny)

 Background
(as of 2016-10-13)
 
A confirmation image of the comet C/2016 T1 (Matheny)
on 2016-10-07 from AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain - (MPC Code I89)
 a stack of 50 - 60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images using
 itelescope.net's (t18 TEL 0.32-m f/8.0 reflector + CCD)
(C) Steven M. Tilley


A confirmation image of the comet C/2016 T1 (Matheny) 
on 2016-10-07 from Auberry California USA - (MPC Code U69) 
a stack of 53 - 60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images using 
itelescope.net's (t24 TEL 0.61-m f/6.5 reflector + CCD) 
(C) Steven M. Tilley

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Nov 6, 2015

Confirmation images of Comet C/2015 V2 (JOHNSON) on 2015-11-04

The comet C/2015 V2 (JOHNSON) was discovered on 2015-11-03 by  Jess A. Johnson at the Catalina Sky Survey( MPC Code 703).  While C/2015 V2 (JOHNSON) was on the Possible Comet Confirmation Page in an effort to help in the confirmation  I obtain a total of  18-- 60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images (in two runs) on itelescope.net's   (TEL T11 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer) at Mayhill, New Mexico (New Mexico Skies) - MPC H06 and created 4 stacks of  4 images with Astrometrica.
Confirmation image of Comet C/2015 V2 (JOHNSON) on 2015-11-04 05:18:08 (UTC)
4 x 60 Sec Stacked @ 0.292 "/min P.A. 13.7 MPC Code H06 using itelescope.net's
(TEL T11 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer) (c) Steven M. Tilley
Confirmation image of Comet C/2015 V2 (JOHNSON) on 2015-11-04 05:23:13 (UTC)
4 x 60 Sec Stacked @ 0.292 "/min P.A. 13.7 MPC Code H06 using itelescope.net's
(TEL T11 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer)(c) Steven M. Tilley
Confirmation image of Comet C/2015 V2 (JOHNSON) on 2015-11-04 07:00:27 (UTC)
4 x 60 Sec Stacked @ 0.292 "/min P.A. 13.1 MPC Code H06 using itelescope.net's
(TEL T11 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer)(c) Steven M. Tilley
Confirmation image of Comet C/2015 V2 (JOHNSON) on 2015-11-04 07:08:00 (UTC)
4 x 60 Sec Stacked @ 0.292"/min P.A. 13.1 MPC Code H06 using itelescope.net's
(TEL T11 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer)(c) Steven M. Tilley

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Sep 8, 2015

Confirmation Images of the Asteroid 2015 RV1 on 2015-09-05

The Near-Earth Object 2015 RV1 (Orbit type: Amor ) was first observed at ISON-SSO Observatory, Siding Spring. (MPC code Q60) by L. Elenin. using a 0.4-m f/2.4 reflector + CCD. on 2015 09 04.44091. The asteroid has an approximate diameter 270 m to 750 m ( Absolute Magnitude:  H= 19.722)  The asteroid's  Earth MOID (Minimum Orbit Intersection Distance) is  0.360167 AU (140.167 Lunar Distances). The last published Observations was made at: 2015 09 07.9515. At the time of this  post 62 observations have been made.

Observing Run of  2015 RV1 on 2015-09-05  from Siding Spring, Australia 

While 2015 RV1 was on the NEO Confirmation Page in an effort to help in the confirmation I was able to obtain 18--- 60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on itelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD) , at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62) and did did data reduction on four images.(working around stars)

Astrometrica object verification wind a (5 of 18) 60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on iTelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD)  at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
by Steven M. Tilley
Astrometrica object verification wind a (9 of 18) 60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on iTelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD)  at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
by Steven M. Tilley

Astrometrica object verification wind a (13 of 18) 60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on iTelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD)  at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
by Steven M. Tilley

Astrometrica object verification wind a (17 of 18) 60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on iTelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD)  at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
by Steven M. Tilley

Incidentals
43298 (2000 GL67)
Astrometrica object verification wind a (5 of 18) 60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on iTelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD)  at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
by Steven M. Tilley
 
Astrometrica object verification wind a (9 of 18) 60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on iTelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD)  at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
by Steven M. Tilley

Astrometrica object verification wind a (13 of 18) 60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on iTelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD)  at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
by Steven M. Tilley
Astrometrica object verification wind a (17 of 18) 60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on iTelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD)  at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
by Steven M. Tilley
91472 (1999 RY91)
Astrometrica object verification wind a (5 of 18) 60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on iTelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD)  at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
by Steven M. Tilley
Astrometrica object verification wind a (9 of 18) 60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on iTelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD)  at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
by Steven M. Tilley
Astrometrica object verification wind a (13 of 18) 60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on iTelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD)  at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
by Steven M. Tilley
Astrometrica object verification wind a (17 of 18) 60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on iTelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD)  at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
by Steven M. Tilley
352195 (2007 RQ249)
Astrometrica object verification wind a (5 of 18) 60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on iTelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD)  at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
by Steven M. Tilley
 
Astrometrica object verification wind a (9 of 18) 60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on iTelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD)  at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
by Steven M. Tilley
Astrometrica object verification wind a (13 of 18) 60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on iTelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD)  at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
by Steven M. Tilley
Astrometrica object verification wind a (17 of 18) 60 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on iTelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD)  at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
by Steven M. Tilley
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Aug 11, 2015

Confirmation Images of the Near-Earth Object 2015 PK9 on 2015-08-10

The Near-Earth Object  2015 PK9 (Orbit type: Apollo ) was first observed at SONEAR Observatory, Oliveira.(MPC code Y00)  on 2015 08 10.10036. The asteroid has an approximate diameter 49 m - 110 m ( Absolute Magnitude:  H= 23.651). This  asteroid made  a close-approach  to Earth on 2015-08-07 Nominal Distance (AU) : 0.0148213183067307 (5.768 Lunar Distances). The asteroid's  Earth MOID (Minimum Orbit Intersection Distance) is  0.013686 AU (5.326 Lunar Distances). The last published Observations was made at: 2015 08 11.54955. At the time of this 122 observations have been made and the orbit has as uncertainty of  6.

Observing Run of  2015 PK9 of 2015-08-10 from Auberry California USA - MPC U69

While 2015 PK9 was on the NEO Confirmation Page in an effort to help in the confirmation I obtain 55-15 Second Luminance BIN2 Taken using  iTelescope.net's (TEL T24 0.61-m f/6.5 astrograph + CCD)  Auberry California USA - MPC U69 created 5 stacks 10 images.
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Astrometrica object verification wind a stack(1 of 5) of 10-15 Second Luminance BIN2 Taken with iTelescope.net's (TEL T24 0.61-m f/6.5 astrograph + CCD)  Auberry California USA - MPC U69
Astrometrica object verification wind a stack(2 of 5) of 10-15 Second Luminance BIN2 Taken with iTelescope.net's (TEL T24 0.61-m f/6.5 astrograph + CCD)  Auberry California USA - MPC U69
Astrometrica object verification wind a stack(3 of 5) of 10-15 Second Luminance BIN2 Taken with iTelescope.net's (TEL T24 0.61-m f/6.5 astrograph + CCD)  Auberry California USA - MPC U69
Astrometrica object verification wind a stack(4 of 5) of 10-15 Second Luminance BIN2 Taken with iTelescope.net's (TEL T24 0.61-m f/6.5 astrograph + CCD)  Auberry California USA - MPC U69

Astrometrica object verification wind a stack(5 of 5) of 10-15 Second Luminance BIN2 Taken withiTelescope.net's (TEL T24 0.61-m f/6.5 astrograph + CCD)  Auberry California USA - MPC U69
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Observing Run of  2015 PK9 of 2015-08-10 from Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
  I was obtain 22-15 Second Luminance BIN2 Taken using  iTelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD) , at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62) and did did data reduction on four images.

Astrometrica object verification wind a (1 of 22) 15 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on iTelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD)  at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
Astrometrica object verification wind a (7 of 22) 15 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on iTelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD)  at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
Astrometrica object verification wind a (14 of 22) 15 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on iTelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD)  at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
Astrometrica object verification wind a (22 of 22) 15 Second Luminance BIN2 Images oniTelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD)  at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
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Jun 8, 2015

Confirmation Images of the Near-Earth Object 2015 LF on 2015-06-07

The Near-Earth Object 2015 LF (Orbit type: Apollo ) was first observed by the Catalina Sky Survey(MPC code 703) on 2015 06 07. The asteroid has an approximate diameter of 13 m - 31 m ( ~45 foot - 102 foot) ( H=26.4) and will make a close approach to earth on 2015-Jun-08 at ~ 23:49 UT (06:49 PM CDT) at an approximate distance of 0.00131Astronomical Units ( 0.51 Lunar Distances) or 121,772.108 Miles (195,973.211 KM).

While 2015 LF was on the NEO Confirmation Page in an effort to help in the confirmation I ran three series of 30 -- 10 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on itelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD) at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62) and created 4 stacks 15 images (run number one was not used due to poor sky).


Astrometrica object verification wind a stacks 15-10 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on itelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD)  at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
Astrometrica object verification wind a stacks 15- 10 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on itelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD)  at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
Astrometrica object verification wind a stacks 15- 10 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on itelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD)  at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
Astrometrica object verification wind a stacks 15- 10 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on itelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD)  at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
Astrometrica object verification wind a stacks 15- 10 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on itelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD)  at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
Astrometrica object verification wind a stacks 15- 10 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on itelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD)  at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
Astrometrica object verification wind a stacks 15- 10 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on itelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD)  at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
Astrometrica object verification wind a stacks 15- 10 Second Luminance BIN2 Images on itelescope.net's (TEL T27 0.70-m f/6.6 CDK astrograph + CCD)  at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
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