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Re: [stereohunter] Comet in HI1a - unknown??

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  • Alan Watson
    Could it be this one? seen early by Bo. Dec 26 2009 05:03:27 Bo Zhou ... From: alan To: stereohunter@yahoogroups.com Sent: Sunday, December 27, 2009 10:24 AM
    Message 1 of 7 , Dec 26, 2009
      Could it be this one? seen early by Bo.
      Dec 26 2009 05:03:27Bo Zhou
       
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: alan
      Sent: Sunday, December 27, 2009 10:24 AM
      Subject: [stereohunter] Comet in HI1a - unknown??

       

      Another comet rising here, checking reports now. rgds Alan.
      12 200912:20091224_ 204901_s4h1A 18.1925 674 901 32
      13 200912:20091224_ 200901_s4h1A 17.9505 670 904 31
      14 200912:20091224_ 192901_s4h1A 12.9770 666 908 30
      15 200912:20091224_ 184901_s4h1A 19.6941 662 910 29
      16 200912:20091224_ 180901_s4h1A 14.8785 659 913 28
      17 200912:20091224_ 172901_s4h1A 16.3388 656 915 27
      18 200912:20091224_ 164901_s4h1A 15.8571 652 918 26
      19 200912:20091224_ 160901_s4h1A 15.3986 649 920 25
      20 200912:20091224_ 144901_s4h1A 15.3350 643 925 23
      21 200912:20091224_ 140901_s4h1A 18.1836 640 927 22

    • rdotdaneelolivaw
      ... In the final position of 12/24 (23:29), this Kreutz comes very close to a main belt asteroid visible in the images. Haven t checked which one it is...
      Message 2 of 7 , Dec 26, 2009
        --- In stereohunter@yahoogroups.com, "alan" <awat4309@...> wrote:
        >
        > Another comet rising here, checking reports now. rgds Alan.
        > 12 200912:20091224_204901_s4h1A 18.1925 674 901 32
        > 13 200912:20091224_200901_s4h1A 17.9505 670 904 31
        > 14 200912:20091224_192901_s4h1A 12.9770 666 908 30
        > 15 200912:20091224_184901_s4h1A 19.6941 662 910 29
        > 16 200912:20091224_180901_s4h1A 14.8785 659 913 28
        > 17 200912:20091224_172901_s4h1A 16.3388 656 915 27
        > 18 200912:20091224_164901_s4h1A 15.8571 652 918 26
        > 19 200912:20091224_160901_s4h1A 15.3986 649 920 25
        > 20 200912:20091224_144901_s4h1A 15.3350 643 925 23
        > 21 200912:20091224_140901_s4h1A 18.1836 640 927 22

        In the final position of 12/24 (23:29), this Kreutz comes very close
        to a main belt asteroid visible in the images. Haven't checked which one it is...

        --Rob
      • rdotdaneelolivaw
        Correction: It is the PRIOR 12/24 Kreutz comet that comes close to the Main Belter at 23:29: comet position: 1006, 651 asteroid position: 999, 643 --Rob
        Message 3 of 7 , Dec 26, 2009
          Correction: It is the PRIOR 12/24 Kreutz comet that comes close to the
          Main Belter at 23:29:

          comet position: 1006, 651
          asteroid position: 999, 643

          --Rob
        • Alan Watson
          This is Comet 88P/Howell(again), it has been in the HI1a FOv for some time. A couple of asteroids are floating around also. rgds Alan. ... From:
          Message 4 of 7 , Dec 26, 2009
            This is Comet 88P/Howell(again) , it has been in the HI1a FOv for some time. A couple of asteroids are floating around also. rgds Alan.
             
            ----- Original Message -----
            Sent: Sunday, December 27, 2009 4:53 PM
            Subject: [stereohunter] Re: Kreutz comet passes just south of main belter (from Stereo A's perspective)

             

            Correction: It is the PRIOR 12/24 Kreutz comet that comes close to the
            Main Belter at 23:29:

            comet position: 1006, 651
            asteroid position: 999, 643

            --Rob

          • rdotdaneelolivaw
            Alan, ... Huh? There are probably a dozen asteroids in HI1a right now. Are you saying I inadvertently picked the one object in the field -- moving like an
            Message 5 of 7 , Dec 27, 2009
              Alan,

              > This is Comet 88P/Howell(again), it has been in the HI1a FOv for
              > some time. A couple of asteroids are floating around also.

              Huh? There are probably a dozen asteroids in HI1a right now. Are
              you saying I inadvertently picked the one object in the field --
              moving like an asteroid -- that is instead 88P? I don't buy it.
              It has to be a minor planet. --Rob
            • Alan Watson
              Here you go, may be this will help. Bo s bright C3 comet is detectable from the lower edge of Hi1a 20091223 This is the place to watch ...... ... rgds Alan.
              Message 6 of 7 , Dec 27, 2009
              Here you go, may be this will help.
              Bo's bright C3 comet is detectable from the lower edge of Hi1a 20091223 
              This is the place to watch ......
              > 22 200912:20091223_140901_s4h1A 16.2173 525 1021 29
              > 23
              200912:20091224_204901_s4h1A 17.6352 673 901 75
              rgds Alan.
               
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