Re: SATOBS ML (remote), 10 June 2014: Prowler (flared!)

From: Marco Langbroek via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2014 11:04:34 +0200
Scott Tilley via Seesat-l schreef op 11-6-2014 6:41:
> Hi Marco
>
> My observations of Prowler over the winter showed it varied widely but slowly in
> intensity during my sessions.  Often it would be invisible with my 85mm f1.4
> lens and then come up over the course of 30minutes to a be clearly visibly only
> to fade away again.

I have a similar impression from my remote telescopic observations. I take short 
snapshots only (3 images spaced 30 seconds in oen night) but it is clearly 
different in brightness during different sessions. Sometimes it is bright, 
sometimes faint (like yesterday), sometimes invisible (even with the 61-cm 
telescope), like 27 May.

- Marco

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