Re: MAQSAT-H Lunar Flare?

From: David Tiller (dtiller@captechconsulting.com)
Date: Sat Oct 15 2011 - 18:06:56 UTC

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    SImilar (frustratingly annoying) lens flares of the bright lights appear in this photo.  Remove the #NOSPAM# from the url.
    
    http://www.davidtiller.com/#NOSPAM#gallery2/main.php?g2_view=core.DownloadItem&g2_itemId=93085&g2_serialNumber=2
    
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    David Tiller
    Sr. Architect/Lead Consultant | CapTech
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    On Oct 15, 2011, at 2:00 PM, <Frank@reednavigation.com>
     wrote:
    
    > Marco Langbroek wrote:
    > "I actually think it is a reflection in the lens system (possibly of Jupiter),
    > also because it is "fuzzy", not pinpoint."
    > 
    > Also consistent with that suggestion, if you place your fingertip at the center of the frame while the animation is running, you will notice that Jupiter and the moving "object" travel symmetrically away from the center at what appears to be the same angular speed, maintaining approximately the same distance on opposite sides of the center.
    > 
    > -FER
    > 
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