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2006 JF42 Southern Bright Rock
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Excellent chart Phil. Thanks for providing the track.

I may have a shot at this rock during the late days of its passage. It climbs to ~20° at 00:00CDT on the 12th. Problem is, my southern sky has the most light pollution from Conroe and Houston. Just a bit lower 24 hours prior (May 11). Total proper motion is ~20"/sec so fairly noticeable with magnitudes in the dim 13s. The 80% illuminated moon is 50° up and 50° away. I'm seeing the shot at this rock getting more difficult as I scan the specs Sad
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RE: 2006 JF42 Southern Bright Rock - by PMSchu - 2022-05-01, 04:31 PM
RE: 2006 JF42 Southern Bright Rock - by bigmasterdrago - 2022-05-02, 12:10 PM
RE: 2006 JF42 Southern Bright Rock - by PMSchu - 2022-05-02, 04:54 PM
RE: 2006 JF42 Southern Bright Rock - by PMSchu - 2022-05-02, 06:34 PM
RE: 2006 JF42 Southern Bright Rock - by Dennis - 2022-05-04, 05:02 AM
RE: 2006 JF42 Southern Bright Rock - by PMSchu - 2022-05-04, 05:08 PM

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