Re: 20120916 Envisat 3min track

From: Wolfgang Hamburg (W.H@mburg.org)
Date: Tue Sep 18 2012 - 20:43:27 UTC

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    Am 18.09.2012 22:24, daniel crawford wrote:
    > how long was total exposure?
    about 180s (exactly 180.1s, it was a single shot
    the original EXIF data are in the linked jpg
    
    > 
    > On Tue, Sep 18, 2012 at 12:39 PM, Wolfgang Hamburg <W.H@mburg.org> wrote:
    >> Moin moin,
    >>
    >> not 100% sure but it looks like tumbling Envisat.
    >> http://wha.mburg.org/wh/20120916/Envisat-2024UT-2037UT.jpg
    >> Flare interval is about 1min.
    >> 14mm(21mm equiv.) F3.2 180s ISO800 Nikon D90
    >> Cameras timezone is CEST(UTC+2).
    >> I was watching for airglow, really good conditions, no moon,
    >> no mist and low light pollution. No success with airglow. :-(
    >> Place: Bernitt(Germany; 5354'24"N 1155'1.27"E)
    elevation: 30m
    >>
    >> Best regards,
    >>         wolfgang
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