ASTEX 1971-089A_High Res_OBS

From: Ralf Vandebergh (ralf.vandebergh@home.nl)
Date: Tue Aug 31 2010 - 14:39:57 UTC

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    Result of observations on August 30 during 80 degrees pass of the
    spacecraft ASTEX, also called (SESP 1971-2) which was designed to test advanced 
    development payloads. This spacecraft was launched in October 1971 at
    a Thor-Agena rocket.
    
    The object definitely has a well-visible elongated shape and all frames
    of the session tend to show the elongation, a few frames show some
    more detail. Magnitude was 4.1 and with adjusted exposure-time it
    could be reasonably captured using the normally used imaging/res-scale
    (0.20-0.25''/p).
    
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    Ralf Vandebergh
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