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Another brighter Kreutz in 1/29/2009 STEREO HI1A

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  • Matson, Robert D.
    Hi All, Just reported another STEREO Kreutz to Karl -- this one noticeably brighter than the one on 1/28: STEREO HI1A images of 1/29/2009: Last 6 images:
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 31, 2009
      Another brighter Kreutz in 1/29/2009 STEREO HI1A

      Hi All,

      Just reported another STEREO Kreutz to Karl -- this one noticeably
      brighter than the one on 1/28:

      STEREO HI1A images of 1/29/2009:

      Last 6 images:

      20090129_200901_s4h1A.fts:  992, 657
      20090129_204901_s4h1A.fts:  997, 653
      20090129_212901_s4h1A.fts: 1003, 649
      20090129_220901_s4h1A.fts: 1008, 645
      20090129_224901_s4h1A.fts: 1014, 641
      20090129_232901_s4h1A.fts: 1019, 637

      I'm a little surprised by the over 100 pixel vertical
      difference between this comet and the one on 1/28. Also, given
      that this one is noticeably brighter than the one on 1/28, perhaps
      this is actually Zhijian Xu's C3 Kreutz?  --Rob

      -----Original Message-----
      From: Matson, Robert D.
      Sent: Sat 1/31/2009 3:30 PM
      To: stereohunter@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: Kreutz comet barely visible in 1/28/2009 STEREO HI1A

      STEREO-A HI1 Kreutz comet reported to Karl:

      20090128_132901_s4h1A.fts:  993, 764
      20090128_140901_s4h1A.fts: (too dim)
      20090128_144901_s4h1A.fts: 1001, 756
      20090128_152901_s4h1A.fts: 1006, 752
      20090128_160901_s4h1A.fts: 1010, 747
      20090128_164901_s4h1A.fts: 1015, 743
      20090128_172901_s4h1A.fts: 1019, 740

      Might be Zhijian Xu's SOHO C3 Kreutz from 4:52:16 on 1/29.

      --Rob

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