Asteroid 2014 JO 25
Taken by Philippe Van den Doorn on April 19, 2017 @ Rixensart - Belgium
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A clear sky over Belgium last night. Here is the assembled result of eight single photographs, each of 180 seconds, taken at six second intervals, giving a total of 25 minutes. The total distance travelled by the asteroid, moving at a speed of approximately 33.6 km/s is therefore 52,000 km. There are several stars to be seen on the trajectory. Equipment: FSQ 85; Canon EOS 60 Da; ISO 800 – UHC filter.
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