Re: Starlink 6-2 Magnitudes Wanted

From: Andreas Hornig via Seesat-l <>
Date: Fri, 5 May 2023 17:21:30 +0200
Hi list,

I like Tony's call for help and will support it.

I would also expand it so that more people can take part.
For all of you who have a camera that can make videos of satellites in the
night sky, I would organize it to let my python script[0] analyse it and
extract the data for Tony. That would make it easier to take part.

I know that a few people have a Sony Alpha7S like me. With this camera it
is possible to record starlinks. Other cameras should also work.

If you think your camera can do that, please contact me and I will tell you
how to set it up.
With more observation places we will be more weather independent. And also
it gives more variety of measurements.
Let's see what we can do together :).


Looking forward to your email.
Best regards,


On Tue, May 2, 2023 at 7:46 PM Anthony Mallama via Seesat-l <> wrote:

> The satellites in this launch have become very much fainter during the past
> few days. I encourage observations of these Gen 2 spacecraft, especially
> during the next few days. The data format listed in this article
> is preferred but I will try to use
> whatever you may offer. Thank you.
> Best regards,
> Tony Mallama
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