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SOHO-1274 in HI1A

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  • rainerkracht
    Hi all, Karl wrote about his latest set of confirmations: It should be noted that most, if not all, of the above comets were observed in the SECCHI HI-1A
    Message 1 of 4 , Apr 8, 2007
      Hi all,

      Karl wrote about his latest set of confirmations:
      "It should be noted that most, if not all,
      of the above comets were observed in the SECCHI HI-1A instrument --
      even Tony's C2-only Kreutz!!"

      Of the five Kreutz group comets the last four were observed in
      HI1A but not the first (at least I have found nothing about it).

      So I looked for SOHO-1274 in HI1A and found it easily at:

      2003 03 02 (0,0) upper left

      time x y
      104115 974 717
      120115 985 709

      144115 1002 692
      152115 1006 688
      160115 1011 683

      and certainly more positions.

      Actually, all SOHO Kreutz comets of 2007 March were visible in HI1A!

      Regards,
      Rainer
    • algwat
      Gidday Rainer, For some reason I did not download these images, and can not get to the image directories, or soho site, down for Easter? I must say that in
      Message 2 of 4 , Apr 8, 2007
        Gidday Rainer,
        For some reason I did not download these images, and can not get to
        the image directories, or soho site, down for Easter?

        I must say that in trying to find the Meyer comet and Tony's(88) C2
        that I could find nothing I could call in Cor2a, across a two day
        period. Did any one else have success in Cor2a?

        Also, your Machholz anim and the one I have posted, to Soho and comet-
        -ml forums have generated some interest, and thanks from Mr Don
        Machholz.

        Kind regards, Alan.


        --- In stereohunter@yahoogroups.com, "rainerkracht" <r.kracht@...>
        wrote:
        >
        > Hi all,
        >
        > Karl wrote about his latest set of confirmations:
        > "It should be noted that most, if not all,
        > of the above comets were observed in the SECCHI HI-1A instrument --
        > even Tony's C2-only Kreutz!!"
        >
        > Of the five Kreutz group comets the last four were observed in
        > HI1A but not the first (at least I have found nothing about it).
        >
        > So I looked for SOHO-1274 in HI1A and found it easily at:
        >
        > 2003 03 02 (0,0) upper left
        >
        > time x y
        > 104115 974 717
        > 120115 985 709
        >
        > 144115 1002 692
        > 152115 1006 688
        > 160115 1011 683
        >
        > and certainly more positions.
        >
        > Actually, all SOHO Kreutz comets of 2007 March were visible in HI1A!
        >
        > Regards,
        > Rainer
        >
      • algwat
        Gidday Rainer, I see it now, in the sun glare early. H1a:20070302_160115_s4h1A 1013 682 H1a:20070302_144115_s4h1A 1003 691 H1a:20070302_132115_s4h1A 993 700
        Message 3 of 4 , Apr 8, 2007
          Gidday Rainer,
          I see it now, in the sun glare early.

          H1a:20070302_160115_s4h1A 1013 682
          H1a:20070302_144115_s4h1A 1003 691
          H1a:20070302_132115_s4h1A 993 700
          H1a:20070302_120115_s4h1A 983 709
          H1a:20070302_104115_s4h1A 975 717
          H1a:20070302_100115_s4h1A 970 721
          H1a:20070302_064115_s4h1A 949 741
          H1a:20070302_080115_s4h1A 956 734

          Secchi had updated the image set from the orginal release.

          Kind regards, Alan.

          --- In stereohunter@yahoogroups.com, "algwat" <awat4309@...> wrote:
          >
          > Gidday Rainer,
          > For some reason I did not download these images, and can not get to
          > the image directories, or soho site, down for Easter?
          >
          > I must say that in trying to find the Meyer comet and Tony's(88) C2
          > that I could find nothing I could call in Cor2a, across a two day
          > period. Did any one else have success in Cor2a?
          >
          > Also, your Machholz anim and the one I have posted, to Soho and
          comet-
          > -ml forums have generated some interest, and thanks from Mr Don
          > Machholz.
          >
          > Kind regards, Alan.
          >
          >
          > --- In stereohunter@yahoogroups.com, "rainerkracht" <r.kracht@>
          > wrote:
          > >
          > > Hi all,
          > >
          > > Karl wrote about his latest set of confirmations:
          > > "It should be noted that most, if not all,
          > > of the above comets were observed in the SECCHI HI-1A instrument -
          -
          > > even Tony's C2-only Kreutz!!"
          > >
          > > Of the five Kreutz group comets the last four were observed in
          > > HI1A but not the first (at least I have found nothing about it).
          > >
          > > So I looked for SOHO-1274 in HI1A and found it easily at:
          > >
          > > 2003 03 02 (0,0) upper left
          > >
          > > time x y
          > > 104115 974 717
          > > 120115 985 709
          > >
          > > 144115 1002 692
          > > 152115 1006 688
          > > 160115 1011 683
          > >
          > > and certainly more positions.
          > >
          > > Actually, all SOHO Kreutz comets of 2007 March were visible in
          HI1A!
          > >
          > > Regards,
          > > Rainer
          > >
          >
        • Rainer Kracht
          ... I tried the C2/C3 Meyer comet in COR2A and found nothing. Rainer
          Message 4 of 4 , Apr 9, 2007
            On 8 Apr 2007, at 22:42, algwat wrote:

            >
            > I must say that in trying to find the Meyer comet and Tony's(88) C2
            > that I could find nothing I could call in Cor2a, across a two day
            > period. Did any one else have success in Cor2a?
            >
            I tried the C2/C3 Meyer comet in COR2A and found nothing.

            Rainer
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