Possible OTV-4

From: José Luis Ruiz via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Fri, 10 Feb 2017 09:57:10 +0100
The object saw something to the west, emerging from the asterism of the
Great Bear, near magnitude -1 toward its zenith, and then diminishing the
brightness as it sank to the east.
True, I was looking northward when I saw it sideways. Fortunately, the
cloud front that had advanced from the west had not reached beyond the Big
Dipper.
The first of the photos, which is not moved, however is full of flares
produced by the flash when choosing a bad position of the camera, the good
thing is that it did not come out moved. The second, with the star Vega, is
the most moved. And the third, also something moved.
Although it should be about 20 seconds apart for my watch, the first photo
was taken at 05:47:49, the second picture was taken at 05:48:15 UTC, and
the last of the photos was taken at 05:48:40 UTC.
The exposure time in all of them was 8 seconds.
Although it can not serve an orbit accurately, I hope it will at least
serve an error of a few minutes in a day and give you some chance.

http://nova.astrometry.net/annotated_full/1937708

http://nova.astrometry.net/annotated_full/1937710

http://nova.astrometry.net/annotated_full/1937712

36.889º N, 2.4498º W, 30 m, Almería (Spain)

Regards.
-- 
José Luis Ruiz Gómez
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