Re: JWST Observation at 500000km

From: JAY RESPLER via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Thu, 30 Dec 2021 01:06:54 -0500
You see mag 15 with a 4"? Wow.
I'm lucky to see mag 11 with 8" SCT.
You must live100 miles from anyone.

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Jay Respler
Monroe Township, New Jersey

On 12/29/21 4:12 AM, Scott Tilley via Seesat-l wrote:
> Thank-you Leo
>
> ~15.3, as they sun shield deploys further I would guess it may just 
> get brighter or at least hold it's own.  There seems to be a strong 
> phase angle effect to with respect to local meridian.  JWST faded up 
> ~25 degrees prior to arriving at meridian and out about 25 degrees 
> past.  I wonder if it may even flare on the journey out to E-S L2?
>
> s
>
> On 2021-12-29 1:08 a.m., Leo Barhorst wrote:
>> Scott,
>>
>> Nice video.
>> What is the estimated magnitude?
>>
>>
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