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  • c_cld by c_cld

    At 10, Transient asteroid taken in blue filter and at 11+ in yellowish filter

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  • Budgieye by Budgieye moderator

    It must be a very slow moving asteroid.

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  • c_cld by c_cld

    @budgieye Do you know how to find Gama time shot? Needed for identification...

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  • Budgieye by Budgieye moderator

    No, but... 10. SEARCHING FOR SOLAR SYSTEM OBJECTS (SSO) IN THE KIDS SURVEY

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  • Budgieye by Budgieye moderator

    https://www.cosmos.esa.int/web/esac-trainees/2016-projects

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  • Budgieye by Budgieye moderator

    http://kids.strw.leidenuniv.nl/DR2/data_table.php

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  • Budgieye by Budgieye moderator

    ask https://talk.galaxyzoo.org/#/users/leeskelvin

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  • Ghost_Sheep_SWR by Ghost_Sheep_SWR

    That Data Table seems usefull. Panchromatic Swarp Imager also allows FITS files download, but only for logged in team members 😕 😦 😢

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  • Budgieye by Budgieye moderator

    Tile size --field of view is a full square degree

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  • Budgieye by Budgieye moderator

    KIDS_186.0_0.5 u 2012-03-19 03:53:28 r 2012-05-18 02:37:44 if I have understood it correctly.

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  • Budgieye by Budgieye moderator

    Two months apart, it could not be an asteroid or ice planet, the motion of the Earth would make it move more than that.

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  • c_cld by c_cld

    Thanks for the links. closest ast 38064 1999 FZ10 ruled out but none at other filter date.
    what about SNe,at least the brightest blue star?

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  • c_cld by c_cld

    Found blue in ds.astro.rug.astro-wise.org:8000/KiDS_DR2.0_186.0_0.5_g_sci.fits DATE-OBS= '2013-03-18T06:20:51.561'
    It's a cosmic ray hit

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  • c_cld by c_cld

    yellow in ds.astro.rug.astro-wise.org:8000/KiDS_DR2.0_186.0_0.5_r_sci.fits DATE-OBS= '2012-05-18T02:41:00.536' square artifact/cosmic ray

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  • Ghost_Sheep_SWR by Ghost_Sheep_SWR

    I see you've managed to obtain the FITS files, impressive as always! Thanks!

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