Re: The MMTO Camera

From: daniel crawford (djcunix@gmail.com)
Date: Sat Jan 26 2008 - 06:04:17 UTC

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    I can't seem to let this go!
    
    I'd actually like help in identifying a specific object.  It seems to
    appear at about 23:49 in the South at around 30-40 degrees in
    altitude.  The object flashes regularly and stays visible for roughly
    1/2 hour, never getting out of the 'Southern' part of the sky.
    
    Link again to the video is here:
    
    http://skycam.mmto.arizona.edu/skycam/20070812/night_movie.avi
    
    If there is somebody out there that has a few minutes to help me out
    in the identification process, I'd appreciate it.
    
    
    <the co-ordinates of the MMT observatory from the Astronomical
    Alanac are: latitude 31deg 41.3 minutes , longitude 110 degrees 53.1 W
    and height 2608 meters
    Tony Beresford>
    
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