Asteroid 2012TC4
Taken by Josef Huber on October 11, 2017 @ Munich Germany
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We observed on 11th of October here from munich public star observatory with our 80 cm mirror telescope the Asteroid 2012TC4 flyby. We reprogrammed our ISS Tracking Software and now we were able to track the Asteroid. Here the YouTube link to the movie were you can see the brightness Variation during rotation :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_sW-v6aPQnc

NEO Asteroid 2012 TC4 im Vorbeiflug von der M√ľnchner Volkssternwarte aus, 11.10.2017

so we made with the 250 Images a 10 frame/sec movie. The Image now Show our official final Image.
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How did you Reprogram the ISS Tracking Software?
Was this altering the program itself or did you reconfigure/recalculate the ephemerides into a suitable format for the ISS tracker?
Henk
Posted by henksp 2017-10-16 06:05:16
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