OTV 4 (40651)

From: José Luis Ruiz via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Sat, 12 Mar 2016 15:15:26 +0100
Pictured in which 98 Herculis appears, you can follow more or less the
stroke to about 3 seconds before and about 3 seconds after the star. The
photo was taken towards 6:11:40 local time (5:11:40 UTC). Assuming the last
3 seconds going up to 98 Herculis, we should add 13 seconds to 98 Herculis
step that would at 6:11:53 local time (5:11:53 UTC). The opposite case
would be only 3 seconds at 98 Herculis so the step would have occurred to
the 6:11:43 (5:11:43 UTC). The scheduled time is in HeavenSat 06: 11: 01.5
(05: 11: 01.5 UTC) so that the delay will be between 41.5 and 51.5 seconds
(although I think those are closer 51.5 seconds). Although not look good,
the angular distance hardly varies between 6 and 8 arcmin passing through
98 Herculis towards HR 6763.

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José Luis Ruiz Gómez
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