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News object in sky! Really!!

Postby Numero6 » Sat Dec 11, 2010 10:12 pm

Look at 19h26m39.45s, -88°42'34.1" or 19 26 39 -88 42 34 http://www.sky-map.org

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What's that?
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Re: News object in sky! Really!!

Postby admin » Mon Dec 13, 2010 12:45 pm

Numero6 wrote:Look at 19h26m39.45s, -88°42'34.1" or 19 26 39 -88 42 34 http://www.sky-map.org

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What's that?


It might be a photo defect, but more likely it is a meteor.

Direct link:
http://www.sky-map.org/?ra=19.4442&de=- ... ource=DSS2
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