Re: Panstarrs with an unid

From: Wolfgang Hamburg (W.H@mburg.org)
Date: Sun May 05 2013 - 14:23:50 UTC

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    Am 05.05.2013 11:51, schrieb Wolfgang Hamburg:
    > Moin moin,
    > 
    > last night I took a series of pictures from PanSTARRS.
    > In one picture a track of a tumbling sat is visible.
    > Can you help me to identify this sat?
    > http://wha.mburg.org/wh/20130504/Panstarrs-2204UT-with-unid.jpg
    > 
    > EXIF data are attached. The time stamps are accurate.
    > I have checked this today(<1s). It was a 50s exposure starting time
    > was 22:03:10UT, end time was 22:04:00UT.
    > 
    > Thanx in advance
    > 	wolfgang
    > 
    > GPSLatitudeRef - N
    > GPSLatitude - 53  54.42  0 (53.907000)
    > GPSLongitudeRef - E
    > GPSLongitude - 11  55.03  0 (11.917167)
    > GPSAltitudeRef - Sea level
    > GPSAltitude - 44 m
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    Some related informations:
    - PanSTARRS means C/2011 L4
    C/2011 L4 coordinates at picture time:
    - RA/DE(j2000) 0h04m48.2s/+7031'52,8"
    - RA/DE(current date) 0h05m30s/+7036'19"
    
    I can make no statements about
    - startpoint of the track,
    - endpoint of the track,
    - direction or
    - speed.
    
    Thanx again
    	wolfgang
    
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