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Object entering HI1-A (Itagaki?)

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  • karlbattams
    Hi all, I was looking at the latest HI1-A data and noticed a probable comet entering HI1A on the left-hand side. Positions follow. Would I be correct in
    Message 1 of 3 , Mar 24, 2009
      Hi all,

      I was looking at the latest HI1-A data and noticed a probable comet entering HI1A on the left-hand side. Positions follow. Would I be correct in thinking this is probably Itagaki (again)?

      SECCHI HI1-A, 1024x1024, (0,0) lower-left
      2009-03-21T18:49:01 0 557
      2009-03-21T19:29:01 1 559
      2009-03-21T20:09:01 2 560
      2009-03-21T20:49:01 4 561
      2009-03-21T21:29:01 6 563

      Thanks!
      ~~Karl
    • Alan Watson
      Gidday Karl, That looks good for Itagaki . Kind regards, Alan. ... From: karlbattams To: stereohunter@yahoogroups.com Sent: Wednesday, March 25, 2009 2:48 AM
      Message 2 of 3 , Mar 24, 2009
        Gidday Karl,
        That looks good for Itagaki .
        Kind regards, Alan.
         
        ----- Original Message -----
        Sent: Wednesday, March 25, 2009 2:48 AM
        Subject: [stereohunter] Object entering HI1-A (Itagaki?)

        Hi all,

        I was looking at the latest HI1-A data and noticed a probable comet entering HI1A on the left-hand side. Positions follow. Would I be correct in thinking this is probably Itagaki (again)?

        SECCHI HI1-A, 1024x1024, (0,0) lower-left
        2009-03-21T18: 49:01 0 557
        2009-03-21T19: 29:01 1 559
        2009-03-21T20: 09:01 2 560
        2009-03-21T20: 49:01 4 561
        2009-03-21T21: 29:01 6 563

        Thanks!
        ~~Karl

      • Rainer Kracht
        Yes, that s Itagaki again. 2009-03-21 21:29 at 04h 33.4m +23d 14 Very nice find! Rainer
        Message 3 of 3 , Mar 24, 2009
          Yes, that's Itagaki again.
          2009-03-21 21:29 at 04h 33.4m +23d 14'
          Very nice find!

          Rainer

          On 24 Mar 2009, at 15:48, karlbattams wrote:

          > Hi all,
          >
          > I was looking at the latest HI1-A data and noticed a probable comet entering HI1A on the left-hand side. Positions follow. Would I be correct in thinking this is probably Itagaki (again)?
          >
          > SECCHI HI1-A, 1024x1024, (0,0) lower-left
          > 2009-03-21T18:49:01 0 557
          > 2009-03-21T19:29:01 1 559
          > 2009-03-21T20:09:01 2 560
          > 2009-03-21T20:49:01 4 561
          > 2009-03-21T21:29:01 6 563
          >
          > Thanks!
          > ~~Karl
          >
          >
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