BY R 091816

From: Young, Brad via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Mon, 19 Sep 2016 15:05:10 +0000
Images for others may be hopeless as they are superimposed across Sagittarius Milky Way - of course these were the prime targets, but here are a few found so far. I may continue to mine the remaining images if I get some time.
41623 16 041B 7779 G 20160918023149000 27 25 1816123-210915 17 R
41623 16 041B 7779 G 20160918025724000 27 25 1909516-154115 17 R
41623 16 041B 7779 G 20160918025824000 27 25 1911152-153105 17 R
20355 89 090B 7779 G 20160918023419000 27 25 1806226-243325 17 S
99079 13 825B 7779 G 20160918022744000 27 25 2005012-230439 17 
39206 13 036A 7779 G 20160918025317000 27 25 2004395-074538 17 
39206 13 036A 7779 G 20160918025417000 27 25 2005380-074446 17 
Strays:
40825 39616 39078 35942 41592 36792 25004 40083 12328 39035 40425

Brad Young (New Mexico)


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