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Obs Code

Name

Longitude

Latitude

Altitude

Time (UT)

Q68

BMO

150d 20' 30"

-33d 42' 22"

950m

+10h

Telescope codeTelescope Mount f ratio focuser Camera "/pixobservatory
B14

SCT 0.35m

Paramount MX

5.9

TCFs

ST8XME

0.98

Q68

B14EdgeSCT 0.35m Paramount MX+ 11 Optec fast focus U6M 1.28Q68
B24
CDK 0.61m
MI-1250 Fork
6.8 Planewave U42 0.70Q68
P12 GroomSCT 0.35m Paramount ME

ST 8XME
P14 POSCT 0.35 Paramount ME

ST 10XME
JBL02RCOS 0.32 Paramount MX+
Robofocus STL 11000 1.28
JBL04TAK 0.18D Paramount ME
Robofocus STL 11000

JBL01RCOS 0.40 Paramount ME
Robofocus STL 11000 1.07
393 Lampetia

Collaboration with Frederick Pilcher and Anna Marciniak to arrive a period of 38.455h.
Data published .
4058 Cecilgreen

Target of opportunity in the same fov as 24410 on 23/04/17
5859 Ostozhenka

Asteroid happened to be in the stationary movement in the sky allowing 6 nights linkages using same comparison stars. This method is very reliable and allowing accurate links to 0.01 magnitude over many nights. Giving a good light curve determination even with a low amplitude problem as in this case.
9671 Hemera

Observation started by Alessandro Marchini et al. from Italy and analysed by Petr Pravec  shown that the light curve is double periodic indicating a probable binary scenario.
BMO _ JBL02 intend to observe the target until events found.
13958 1991 DY

Target of opportunity in the same Fov as 6097 Koishikawa

data taken with 24" CDK reflector with U42 (2015 Shoemaker NEO grant)
92545 2000 OV30

Object of opportunity within the same fov as 6707 Shigeru.
68 Data points

data taken with 24" CDK reflector with U42 (2015 Shoemaker NEO grant)
6199 Yoshiokayayoi

CALL target . favourable apparition . full moon target to start of .
No.
Asteroid
2015/mm/ddPA LPAB BPAB Period PE Amplitude AE H Diameter Telescope
























31170 1997 WO58








B14,B24,B14E
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