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1 Ceres in COR2B

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  • rainerkracht
    before 1 Ceres entered HI1B, it crossed the upper part of the COR2B field. Positions: 20080809_220754_d4c2B 522 113 0810_000754 518 113 0810_013754
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 28, 2008
      before 1 Ceres entered HI1B, it crossed the
      upper part of the COR2B field.
      Positions:
      20080809_220754_d4c2B 522 113
      0810_000754 518 113
      0810_013754 514 112

      images 1024 x 1024, (0,0) upper left
      magnitude 8.4

      Rainer
    • algwat
      Gidday Rainer, feel free to add to the Asteroid DB, no real hard rules about it being HI imagers, Only need a single line per imager per asteroid. Any one
      Message 2 of 2 , Aug 28, 2008
        Gidday Rainer,
        feel free to add to the Asteroid DB, no real hard rules about it being
        HI imagers, Only need a single line per imager per asteroid. Any one
        wanting to do any further measurements or tracking will have a
        starting point. And as most asteroids are moving horizonal, a search
        on the Y value could help track down an already detected object.

        kind regards, Alan

        --- In stereohunter@yahoogroups.com, "rainerkracht" <r.kracht@...>
        wrote:
        >
        > before 1 Ceres entered HI1B, it crossed the
        > upper part of the COR2B field.
        > Positions:
        > 20080809_220754_d4c2B 522 113
        > 0810_000754 518 113
        > 0810_013754 514 112
        >
        > images 1024 x 1024, (0,0) upper left
        > magnitude 8.4
        >
        > Rainer
        >
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