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Re: HI-1B comets

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  • algwat
    Gidday All, Yes definitly a Kreutz here, most likly Hua s C2. regards, Alan. 15 Stack:20070830_104900_s4h1B 48 697 84 21.633 16 Stack:20070830_120900_s4h1B
    Message 1 of 6 , Sep 1, 2007

      Gidday All,

      Yes definitly a Kreutz here, most likly Hua's  C2.  regards, Alan.

      15 Stack:20070830_104900_s4h1B 48 697 84 21.633 
      16 Stack:20070830_120900_s4h1B 42 692 86 17.889 
      17 Stack:20070830_124900_s4h1B 38 688 87 32.848 
      18 H1b:20070830_180900_s4h1B 11 665 27 28.827 
      19 H1b:20070830_172900_s4h1B 14 668 26 17 
      20 H1b:20070830_164900_s4h1B 18 671 25 25.159 
      21 H1b:20070830_160900_s4h1B 21 674 24 19.647 
      22 H1b:20070830_152900_s4h1B 26 678 23 23.643 
      23 H1b:20070830_140900_s4h1B 32 683 21 21.190 
      24 H1b:20070830_132900_s4h1B 36 687 20 26.476 
      25 H1b:20070830_120900_s4h1B 42 691 18 26.833 
      26 H1b:20070830_104900_s4h1B 48 696 16 30.133 


      Aug 31 2007 23:10:08 Hua Su
      Potential comet:Images: C2; 1024x1024 images.(0,0) Upper Left.2007/09/01   Kreutz group comet.0147  1014  8860203  995  872--Hua Su
       
      Sep 01 2007 09:29:48 Rainer Kracht
      Confirming comet of:Images: C2; 2007/08/31     23:10:08--Rainer Kracht


      --- In stereohunter@yahoogroups.com, "algwat" <awat4309@...> wrote:
      >
      > Gidday Karl and Rainer,
      > Bo's post seemed to be much lower than the previous comets. So it
      > would appear lower in the HI1b FOV, nothing evident across 28-30 in
      > this lower section.
      >
      > I think I have the start of a Kreutz at this location, please taske a
      > look.
      > (0,0) uplft x y
      > 20070830_104900_s4h1B 48 697 84 21.633
      > 20070830_120900_s4h1B 42 692 86 17.889
      > 20070830_124900_s4h1B 38 688 87 32.848
      >
      > kind regards Alan.
      >
      > --- In stereohunter@yahoogroups.com, "Rainer Kracht" r.kracht@
      > wrote:
      > >
      > > On 31 Aug 2007, at 19:40, karlbattams wrote:
      > >
      > > > Just a note the folks who are currently observing the Kreutz
      > comets in
      > > > Hi-1B: I was looking at Bo Zhou's report from Aug 29 2007
      > 10:37:16 of
      > > > a Kreutz near the edge of C3. I can't confirm it in C3 at all,
      > but I'd
      > > > say there's a slim chance it might be real. So please keep an eye
      > out
      > > > for it in the next set of HI-1B data -- there's no question that
      > it
      > > > would show up, if real.
      > > >
      > > > Thanks!
      > > > ~~Karl
      > > >
      > > >
      > >
      > > Nothing in C3/Nothing in HI-1B
      > >
      > > Rainer
      > >
      >

    • algwat
      Gidday all, I have this other artifact a bit further out worth watching in Hi1b, on the Kreutz track but could be a much larger object to be detected this far
      Message 2 of 6 , Sep 1, 2007
        Gidday all,
        I have this other artifact a bit further out worth watching in Hi1b, on
        the Kreutz track but could be a much larger object to be detected this
        far out. regards Alan

        suspect
        27 H1b:20070830_180900_s4h1B 298 769 27 22.181
        28 H1b:20070830_172900_s4h1B 300 770 26 15.748
        29 H1b:20070830_140900_s4h1B 297 773 21 12.689
        30 H1b:20070830_180900_s4h1B 298 769 27 22.181
        31 H1b:20070830_144900_s4h1B 298 772 22 12.923
        32 H1b:20070830_180900_s4h1B 298 769 27 22.181
        33 H1b:20070830_164900_s4h1B 299 770 25 20.075
      • Rainer Kracht
        ... I m surprised that it s so faint. It should have been bright in C3 (no images) and HI1B. I also expected it to leave HI1B later. But as there was no bright
        Message 3 of 6 , Sep 3, 2007
          On 2 Sep 2007, at 0:19, algwat wrote:

          >
          > Gidday All,
          >
          > Yes definitly a Kreutz here, most likly Hua's C2. regards, Alan.
          >
          > 15 Stack:20070830_104900_s4h1B 48 697 84 21.633
          > 16 Stack:20070830_120900_s4h1B 42 692 86 17.889
          > 17 Stack:20070830_124900_s4h1B 38 688 87 32.848
          > 18 H1b:20070830_180900_s4h1B 11 665 27 28.827
          > 19 H1b:20070830_172900_s4h1B 14 668 26 17
          > 20 H1b:20070830_164900_s4h1B 18 671 25 25.159
          > 21 H1b:20070830_160900_s4h1B 21 674 24 19.647
          > 22 H1b:20070830_152900_s4h1B 26 678 23 23.643
          > 23 H1b:20070830_140900_s4h1B 32 683 21 21.190
          > 24 H1b:20070830_132900_s4h1B 36 687 20 26.476
          > 25 H1b:20070830_120900_s4h1B 42 691 18 26.833
          > 26 H1b:20070830_104900_s4h1B 48 696 16 30.133
          >
          >
          > Aug 31 2007 23:10:08 Hua Su
          > Potential comet:Images: C2; 1024x1024 images.(0,0) Upper Left.2007/09/01
          > Kreutz group comet.0147 1014 8860203 995 872--Hua Su
          >
          > Sep 01 2007 09:29:48 Rainer Kracht
          > Confirming comet of:Images: C2; 2007/08/31 23:10:08--Rainer Kracht
          >
          >
          I'm surprised that it's so faint. It should have been bright in
          C3 (no images) and HI1B. I also expected it to leave HI1B later.
          But as there was no bright Kreutz following this one in HI1B
          I think that both comets must be the same (Hua's and yours).

          Rainer
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