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Re: [stereohunter] Comet in HI1B, known SOHO

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  • Alan Watson
    Gidday Michal, this comet is detectable in all Fits images of Oct 25th in the HI1b imager. It would be also detectable in Oct 24th images, a large data gap
    Message 1 of 5 , Oct 28, 2009
      
      Gidday Michal,
      this comet is detectable in all Fits images of Oct 25th in the HI1b imager.
      It would be also detectable in Oct 24th images, a large data gap needs to be filled.
      It should be a reasonable COR2 object Oct 26th as it was very bright leaving HI1B.
      (0,0)upleft  image    pixvalue  x  y   slice
      36 200910:20091025_000901_s4h1B 58.6617 140 746 150
       
      congrats on a bright find
       
      Kind regards, Alan Watson
       
      ----- Original Message -----
      Sent: Thursday, October 29, 2009 2:00 AM
      Subject: [stereohunter] Comet in HI1B, known SOHO

       


      Bright Kreutz comet reported by me on Oct 25th.
      I checked only jpg files (I didn't have a time to check fts today)

      0.0 - upperleft

      20091025_052901_ s4h1B.jpg 118 729
      20091025_060901_ s4h1B.jpg 113 725
      20091025_100901_ s4h1B.jpg 94 709
      20091025_104901_ s4h1B.jpg 91 706
      20091025_132901_ s4h1B.jpg 77 695
      20091025_140901_ s4h1B.jpg 73 691
      20091025_164901_ s4h1B.jpg 59 680
      20091025_192901_ s4h1B.jpg 43 669
      20091025_200901_ s4h1B.jpg 39 665
      20091025_232901_ s4h1B.jpg 19 650

      Regards,
      Michal

    • Michal Kusiak
      Hi Alan, I wonder of possible visibility in HI1a. Comet should to move in January track. What do you think? Michal
      Message 2 of 5 , Oct 28, 2009
        Hi Alan,

        I wonder of possible visibility in HI1a.
        Comet should to move in January track.
        What do you think?

        Michal

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        > Gidday Michal,
        > this comet is detectable in all Fits images of Oct 25th in the HI1b imager.
        > It would be also detectable in Oct 24th images, a large data gap needs to be filled.
        > It should be a reasonable COR2 object Oct 26th as it was very bright leaving HI1B.
        > (0,0)upleft  image    pixvalue  x  y   slice
        > 36 200910:20091025_000901_s4h1B 58.6617 140 746 150
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        > congrats on a bright find
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        > Kind regards, Alan Watson
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        > ----- Original Message -----
        > From: Michal Kusiak
        > To: stereohunter@yahoogroups.com
        > Sent: Thursday, October 29, 2009 2:00 AM
        > Subject: [stereohunter] Comet in HI1B, known SOHO
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        > Bright Kreutz comet reported by me on Oct 25th.
        > I checked only jpg files (I didn't have a time to check fts today)
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        > 0.0 - upperleft
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        > 20091025_052901_s4h1B.jpg 118 729
        > 20091025_060901_s4h1B.jpg 113 725
        > 20091025_100901_s4h1B.jpg 94 709
        > 20091025_104901_s4h1B.jpg 91 706
        > 20091025_132901_s4h1B.jpg 77 695
        > 20091025_140901_s4h1B.jpg 73 691
        > 20091025_164901_s4h1B.jpg 59 680
        > 20091025_192901_s4h1B.jpg 43 669
        > 20091025_200901_s4h1B.jpg 39 665
        > 20091025_232901_s4h1B.jpg 19 650
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        > Regards,
        > Michal
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      • Alan Watson
        Gidday Michal, ... Looks very good in Cor2A, but is runing too vertical to be in the HI1a imager. See attached I have been looking at both imagers for comets.
        Message 3 of 5 , Oct 28, 2009
        
        Gidday Michal,
         
        >I wonder of possible visibility in HI1a.
        >Comet should to move in January
        track.
        >What do you think?
         
        Looks very good in Cor2A, but is runing too vertical to be in the HI1a imager. See attached
        I have been looking at both imagers for comets.
        You can use the Y values as starting points along the edges, as they would be close in both imagers
         
        Kind regards, Alan.
         
         
         
      • Michal Kusiak
        Hi Alan, Thanks for stack image. This image explain everything. So, we should to start the first HI1A detections for ~two weeks Also, comet is visible in COR
        Message 4 of 5 , Oct 29, 2009
          Hi Alan,

          Thanks for stack image. This image explain everything.
          So, we should to start the first HI1A detections for ~two weeks


          Also, comet is visible in COR 2B too.

          20091026_080915_n4c2B.jpg 894 724
          20091026_083915_n4c2B.jpg 884 714
          20091026_090915_n4c2B.jpg 875 710


          Regards,
          Michal

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          > Gidday Michal,
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          > >I wonder of possible visibility in HI1a.
          > >Comet should to move in January track.
          > >What do you think?
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          > Looks very good in Cor2A, but is runing too vertical to be in the HI1a imager. See attached
          > I have been looking at both imagers for comets.
          > You can use the Y values as starting points along the edges, as they would be close in both imagers
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          > Kind regards, Alan.
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