Re: new ASTRA satellite cluster movie

From: Tom Wagner (sciteach@mchsi.com)
Date: Wed Jun 19 2002 - 17:49:54 EDT


Josef,

Superb!

>At first we captured every 15 seconds one frame and then I  make a movie
from the images.

Is one frame every 15 seconds equivalent to 360 times faster than normal? I
call that a "time lapse" movie. What is the exposure time? What kind of a
video camera allows you to get long exposures like that?

Now I will have to trace the moving dots on my computer screen!

Have a good one,

Tom
Iowa
USA
.....

----- Original Message -----
From: "Josef Huber-isstracking.de" <JosefHuber@iss-tracking.de>
To: "SeeSat-L Liste" <SeeSat-L@satobs.org>
Sent: Wednesday, June 19, 2002 6:25 AM
Subject: new ASTRA satellite cluster movie


> Hi all
>
> now we captured a fast motion movie from the ASTRA satellite cluster with
our
> integration camera.
> At first we captured every 15 seconds one frame and then I  make a movie
from the
> images.
> At the end of the movie the beginning of the twilight of the coming sun is
visible.
> The video is available at:
>
> http://home.arcor.de/tl020ns/Video/astra1.avi
>
> Have a nice day and clear skies
>
> Josef Huber


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