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Re: {MPML} ObjX1 = 10th magnitude target

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  • RICHARD MILES
    Correction for this NEOCP object: solar elongation = 32 deg, ie. close to the Sun. It should be visible from the northern hemisphere in the early morning
    Message 1 of 4 , Nov 3, 2010
      Correction for this NEOCP object: solar elongation = 32 deg, ie. close to
      the Sun. It should be visible from the northern hemisphere in the early
      morning before dawn if real.

      Richard Miles

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      From: "Richard" <rmiles.btee@...>
      To: <mpml@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Wednesday, November 03, 2010 9:52 PM
      Subject: {MPML} ObjX1 = 10th magnitude target


      > Observatory Code D89 (Yamagata) has just (Nov 3.85) submitted astrometry
      > of a moving 10th magnitude object at about RA 12:35:05 Dec -02:02 which
      > corresponds to a solar elongation of close to 50 degrees. Observers may
      > wish to follow up this unusually bright target.
      >
      > Richard Miles
      > BAA
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    • Artyom Novichonok
      Moderator s note: MPC usually frowns on public reports of objects with a cometary nature so other observers are not influenced by their reports Richard
      Message 2 of 4 , Nov 3, 2010
        Moderator's note:
        MPC usually frowns on public reports of objects with a cometary nature so other observers are not influenced by their reports

        Richard Kowalski


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        Hello RICHARD and all!

        This object, possible, new bright amateur comet. I think, it's integral brightness is
        near 7-8m.

        Best regards,
        Artyom Novichonok.

        Thursday, November 4, 2010, 1:00:01 AM, you wrote:

        RM>   Correction for this NEOCP object: solar elongation = 32 deg, ie. close to
        RM> the Sun. It should be visible from the northern hemisphere in the early
        RM> morning before dawn if real.

        RM> Richard Miles

        RM> ----- Original Message -----
        RM> From: "Richard" <rmiles.btee@...>
        RM> To: <mpml@yahoogroups.com>
        RM> Sent: Wednesday, November 03, 2010 9:52 PM
        RM> Subject: {MPML} ObjX1 = 10th magnitude target

        >> Observatory Code D89 (Yamagata) has just (Nov 3.85) submitted astrometry
        >> of a moving 10th magnitude object at about RA 12:35:05 Dec -02:02 which
        >> corresponds to a solar elongation of close to 50 degrees. Observers may
        >> wish to follow up this unusually bright target.
        >>
        >> Richard Miles
        >> BAA
        >>
        >>
        >>
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        >>
        >> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
        >>
        >> Posts to this list or information found within may be freely used, with
        >> the stipulation that MPML and the originating author are cited as the
        >> source of the information.Yahoo! Groups Links
        >>
        >>
        >>





        RM>







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        Artyom mailto:astrokarelia@...
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