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comet in HI1b

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  • algwat
    1024x1024 images.(0,0) Upper Left x y 1 H1b:20070827_100900_s4h1B 114 772 15 31.097 2 H1b:20070827_112900_s4h1B 109 768 17 32.435 3
    Message 1 of 6 , Aug 30, 2007
      1024x1024 images.(0,0) Upper Left x y
      1 H1b:20070827_100900_s4h1B 114 772 15 31.097
      2 H1b:20070827_112900_s4h1B 109 768 17 32.435
      3 H1b:20070827_144900_s4h1B 97 754 22 23.216
      4 H1b:20070827_160900_s4h1B 92 751 24 23.022
      5 H1b:20070827_172900_s4h1B 86 746 26 28.566
      6 H1b:20070827_184900_s4h1B 82 742 28 19.698
      7 H1b:20070827_200900_s4h1B 77 737 30 23.558
      8 H1b:20070827_212900_s4h1B 71 732 32 37.296
      9 H1b:20070827_224900_s4h1B 66 727 34 37.081

      Probable - Aug 28 2007 11:02:06 Hua Su
      Potential comet:Images: C3; 1024x1024 images.(0,0) Upper Left.
      2007/08/28 Kreutz group comet.
      0018 933 830
      0042 930 827
      1418 799 725
      1442 796 722--Hua Su

      regards, Alan
    • Rainer Kracht
      ... I agree, the C3 Aug 28 1418/1442 positions belong to your HI1B comet. But Hua Su s C3 Aug 28 0018/0042 positions are a mere guess of where the comet could
      Message 2 of 6 , Aug 30, 2007
        On 30 Aug 2007, at 9:52, algwat wrote:

        > 1024x1024 images.(0,0) Upper Left x y
        > 1 H1b:20070827_100900_s4h1B 114 772 15 31.097
        > 2 H1b:20070827_112900_s4h1B 109 768 17 32.435
        > 3 H1b:20070827_144900_s4h1B 97 754 22 23.216
        > 4 H1b:20070827_160900_s4h1B 92 751 24 23.022
        > 5 H1b:20070827_172900_s4h1B 86 746 26 28.566
        > 6 H1b:20070827_184900_s4h1B 82 742 28 19.698
        > 7 H1b:20070827_200900_s4h1B 77 737 30 23.558
        > 8 H1b:20070827_212900_s4h1B 71 732 32 37.296
        > 9 H1b:20070827_224900_s4h1B 66 727 34 37.081
        >
        > Probable - Aug 28 2007 11:02:06 Hua Su
        > Potential comet:Images: C3; 1024x1024 images.(0,0) Upper Left.
        > 2007/08/28 Kreutz group comet.
        > 0018 933 830
        > 0042 930 827
        > 1418 799 725
        > 1442 796 722--Hua Su
        >
        > regards, Alan
        >
        >

        I agree, the C3 Aug 28 1418/1442 positions belong to your
        HI1B comet.

        But Hua Su's C3 Aug 28 0018/0042 positions are a mere guess
        of where the comet could habe been at these times. They
        don't match with the other positions.

        Regards,
        Rainer
      • algwat
        I agree , I have these measurements, (0,0) UPleft 1024x1024 x y 1 c3:20070829_0518_c3 633 605 43 139 2 c3:20070829_0442_c3 641 611 42 187 3
        Message 3 of 6 , Aug 31, 2007
          I agree , I have these measurements,
          (0,0) UPleft 1024x1024 x y
          1 c3:20070829_0518_c3 633 605 43 139
          2 c3:20070829_0442_c3 641 611 42 187
          3 c3:20070829_0418_c3 647 615 41 230
          4 c3:20070828_2342_c3 705 656 40 255
          5 c3:20070828_2218_c3 720 667 39 255
          6 c3:20070828_1718_c3 771 703 38 125
          7 c3:20070828_1618_c3 781 711 37 146
          8 c3:20070828_1542_c3 786 715 36 139
          9 c3:20070828_1518_c3 790 718 35 116
          10 c3:20070828_1442_c3 795 722 34 104
          11 c3:20070828_1442_c3 795 721 34 128
          12 c3:20070828_1418_c3 798 724 33 133

          13 c3:20070828_0042_c3 930 827 32 46
          14 c3:20070828_0018_c3 933 830 31 36

          The 13 and 14 sit below a straight line through the the first 12
          points. I guess that is why it is reported in BAA as this, and the
          post timming of course.

          Aug 28 Hua Su, Rainer Kracht and Shihong Yuan report a Kreutz group
          comet in real time C3 images

          regards, Alan


          --- In stereohunter@yahoogroups.com, "Rainer Kracht" <r.kracht@...>
          wrote:
          >
          > On 30 Aug 2007, at 9:52, algwat wrote:
          >
          > > 1024x1024 images.(0,0) Upper Left x y
          > > 1 H1b:20070827_100900_s4h1B 114 772 15 31.097

          > > 2 H1b:20070827_112900_s4h1B 109 768 17 32.435

          > > 3 H1b:20070827_144900_s4h1B 97 754 22 23.216

          > > 4 H1b:20070827_160900_s4h1B 92 751 24 23.022

          > > 5 H1b:20070827_172900_s4h1B 86 746 26 28.566

          > > 6 H1b:20070827_184900_s4h1B 82 742 28 19.698

          > > 7 H1b:20070827_200900_s4h1B 77 737 30 23.558

          > > 8 H1b:20070827_212900_s4h1B 71 732 32 37.296

          > > 9 H1b:20070827_224900_s4h1B 66 727 34 37.081

          > >
          > > Probable - Aug 28 2007 11:02:06 Hua Su
          > > Potential comet:Images: C3; 1024x1024 images.(0,0) Upper Left.
          > > 2007/08/28 Kreutz group comet.
          > > 0018 933 830
          > > 0042 930 827
          > > 1418 799 725
          > > 1442 796 722--Hua Su
          > >
          > > regards, Alan
          > >
          > >
          >
          > I agree, the C3 Aug 28 1418/1442 positions belong to your
          > HI1B comet.
          >
          > But Hua Su's C3 Aug 28 0018/0042 positions are a mere guess
          > of where the comet could habe been at these times. They
          > don't match with the other positions.
          >
          > Regards,
          > Rainer
          >
        • algwat
          Aug 29 Shihong Yuan, John Sachs and Bo Zhou report a Kreutz group comet in real time C3 images Now visible in HI1b here (0,0) UPleft 1024x1024
          Message 4 of 6 , Aug 31, 2007
            Aug 29 Shihong Yuan, John Sachs and Bo Zhou report a Kreutz group
            comet in real time C3 images

            Now visible in HI1b here
            (0,0) UPleft 1024x1024 x y
            1 H1b:20070828_212900_s4h1B 1 668 32 47.297
            2 H1b:20070828_204900_s4h1B 5 671 31 47.466
            3 H1b:20070828_200900_s4h1B 8 674 30 46.054
            4 H1b:20070828_192900_s4h1B 12 677 29 45.321
            5 H1b:20070828_184900_s4h1B 15 679 28 38.678
            6 H1b:20070828_180900_s4h1B 18 682 27 77.330
            7 H1b:20070828_172900_s4h1B 22 685 26 63.032
            8 H1b:20070828_164900_s4h1B 25 689 25 34.029
            9 H1b:20070828_160900_s4h1B 28 691 24 43.726
            10 H1b:20070828_152900_s4h1B 32 694 23 41.533
            11 H1b:20070828_144900_s4h1B 34 697 22 31.780
            12 H1b:20070828_132900_s4h1B 41 702 20 31.480
          • Rainer Kracht
            ... Good news! There were only three C3 posizions until now... Rainer
            Message 5 of 6 , Aug 31, 2007
              On 31 Aug 2007, at 9:24, algwat wrote:

              > Aug 29 Shihong Yuan, John Sachs and Bo Zhou report a Kreutz group
              > comet in real time C3 images
              >
              > Now visible in HI1b here
              > (0,0) UPleft 1024x1024 x y
              > 1 H1b:20070828_212900_s4h1B 1 668 32 47.297
              > 2 H1b:20070828_204900_s4h1B 5 671 31 47.466
              > 3 H1b:20070828_200900_s4h1B 8 674 30 46.054
              > 4 H1b:20070828_192900_s4h1B 12 677 29 45.321
              > 5 H1b:20070828_184900_s4h1B 15 679 28 38.678
              > 6 H1b:20070828_180900_s4h1B 18 682 27 77.330
              > 7 H1b:20070828_172900_s4h1B 22 685 26 63.032
              > 8 H1b:20070828_164900_s4h1B 25 689 25 34.029
              > 9 H1b:20070828_160900_s4h1B 28 691 24 43.726
              > 10 H1b:20070828_152900_s4h1B 32 694 23 41.533
              > 11 H1b:20070828_144900_s4h1B 34 697 22 31.780
              > 12 H1b:20070828_132900_s4h1B 41 702 20 31.480
              >
              >
              Good news! There were only three C3 posizions until now...

              Rainer
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