Re: NOSS Triplet photography?

From: Tristan Cools (tcools@village.uunet.be)
Date: Sat Dec 23 2000 - 14:34:24 PST

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    At 16:39 23-12-00 +0100, you wrote:
    >
    >>     http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Galaxy/3070/spysats.htm
    >>
    >>     In particular the shorter exposure that better shows their formation.
    >
    >He gives no data regarding exposure and camera setup. What's required for
    >photography of these sats (focal length? film speed? exposure?)
    >
    
    
    Hello Ulrich,
    
    
    I've made this picture some years ago using Tmax 400 uprated to ISO 1600.
    I used a standard lens 50mm f1.8.
    
    Bjoern gimle made a interesting analysis of this transit at:
    
    http://www.algonet.se/~b_gimle/NOSScool.htm
    
    
    A corrected picture can also be found at:
    
    http://gallery.uunet.be/tcools/satimage/images/91076bcd.jpg
    
    
    Other transit pictures can be found at:
    
    http://gallery.uunet.be/tcools/satimage/images/inter.htm
    
    
    Greetings,
    
    
    Tristan Cools tcools@village.uunet.be
    Belgian Working Group Satellites(BWGS)
    
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    Ryckevelde:  3.2856E/51.2045N - OBS place 2
    Brugge:      3.2166E/51.2104N - OBS place 3(home)
    
    http://gallery.uunet.be/tcools/satimage/index.htm
    
    
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