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Taken by Roman Banas on January 28, 2017 @ Bydgoszcz / Poland
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Date Taken: 2017:02:12 23:01:24
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January 28, 2017 shooting Flame Nebula and Horsehead Nebula in Orion on the pictures I noticed difficult for me to identify the object in the form of a yellowish luminous sign (on the right side of the image), which is due to make a series of photos. Total is 34 photos submitted to the DSS.
Pictures I made a modified Canon 50D. 70-200 mm lens f / 2.8 2x converter set at the maximum focal length of 400 mm, ISO 2000 to 12800 times from 60 - 120 seconds, stop was 5.6. The first photo is from 21:01 hours and the last of 22:03, which range includes a full hour.
Place: Solec Kujawski near Bydgoszcz / Poland.

What kind of business? Maybe this comet?
I request information.

Yours sincerely, Roman Banas
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It looks like you might have imaged a geosynchronous satellite. They are frequently imaged when taking pictures of the horsehead or the orion nebula. Normally these satellites seem to hover over the same place on earth. However because the earth turns and your mount is tracking the star field it will cause the satellite to slowly streak across the image. Because you live in the northern hemisphere geosynchronous satellites will appear just south of the celestial equator.
Posted by cmharms2 2017-02-14 18:51:19
No doubt: Goeostationary satellite. Watch this: https://flic.kr/p/Q9F5ru
Posted by eirexas 2017-02-15 11:04:52
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