RE: RE: off topic - Asteroid by earth on Jan 26

From: satrack--- via Seesat-l <>
Date: Sun, 18 Jan 2015 15:18:24 +0100 (CET)
I've just uploaded the Asteroid's orbit into the online tracker. 
The page is available at the following link:

around the maximum brightness:

accuracy within 1" for both RA and DEC with respect to NASA Horizon.

Don't forget to set your coordinates with the "Set Your Location" button, or
pass them in the link as follow:

The button "Predict Passes" will show your best observation time.


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>Ogg: RE: off topic - Asteroid by earth on Jan 26
>Kevin wrote:
>Be sure and use your lat long to develop an ephemeris - parallax will have a 
noticeable effect at this distance. For many, it will pass near the head of 
Hydra and then on up near the Beehive in Cancer - a don't miss opportunity for 
>Brad Young 
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