Flare magnitude +1 to ERS 1 (21574)

From: José Luis Ruiz via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Mon, 27 Jun 2016 19:01:07 +0200
Date: 02/27/2016
Time. 02:36 UTC

At first glance it seems something red and irregular, certain that it was
still not fully awake I have noticed in the photo something irregular
discounting a trace movement I made to the camera to 1-3 seconds with at
least 3 clear drops in brightness. Not if something happens, but it seems a
normal flare. The layout for an exposure of 16 seconds occurs between
elevations stars 3 Aquarii and Albali, not far from them. Further north,
and up to 3 Aquarii, the highest brightness pass occurs, the photo
collected from three Aquarii, with the brightness wanes after the sudden
movement of the camera, but continues more or less steady around magnitude
+ 1.5 to 2 saving those falls of brightness that I mentioned.
The sky with cirrus clouds and haze did not help much.

36.8389ºN, 2.4498ºW, Almería (Spain)

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José Luis Ruiz Gómez
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