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Big, bright fast mover (7482) 1994 PC1
(2022-01-13, 08:56 PM)theskyhound Wrote:
(2022-01-13, 08:21 PM)bigmasterdrago Wrote: Sorry by broken I mean for a few hours over several day. Not as one continuous set of hours. I took the ephemeris to a copy to the clipboard and then opened it in Notepad ++. Did the needed edits and then saved for attaching to the post.

Not printing to a file. Copy/paste and then into an editor. Seemed to work fine that way to drop all the hours I did not want (when below horizon, etc).

This is what the filters are for.  Set if for Fair Quality, or maybe better in this case, "Visible (at any difficulty)."
Thanks. Still in the infant learning phase of ST4.

I think we have this figured out. Now for the regular broadcast...... Big Bad A-- Rock pass.....

Hey Phil, from Columbus, this rock passes just 25" WSW of a 10.4 mag star at 18:59:54CST on the 18th moving ~122"/min high (65°) @azi 213°.

The displacement for us is ~2.5' to the NNE. Pretty big slide in parallax.

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RE: Big, bright fast mover (7482) 1994 PC1 - by bigmasterdrago - 2022-01-13, 09:02 PM

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