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Re: Potential C2 Kreutz-group comet 2021 October 7

Worachate
 

You all should check the gif images here - https://sohoftp.nascom.nasa.gov/incoming/lasco/rtmovie_gifs/

Processed images are available there faster than https://soho.nascom.nasa.gov/data/REPROCESSING/Completed/2021/c2/20211007/

Regards,
Worachate


Re: Potential C2 Kreutz-group comet 2021 October 7

Robert Pickard
 

Will check it out, by the way the red images have not updated yet for the specified time so I will check FITS.


On Thu, Oct 7, 2021, 7:35 PM Worachate <worachateb@...> wrote:
Hello all,

A rather obvious Kreutz comet coming in here.

Images: C2; 1024x1024 images.
(0,0) Upper Left.
2021-10-07

1812 991 956
1824 981 947
1836 968 937
1848 956 927
1900 944 916
1912 931 905

First position was visible behind the mask in processed (red) image.

Regards,
Worachate Boonplod


Potential C2 Kreutz-group comet 2021 October 7

Worachate
 

Hello all,

A rather obvious Kreutz comet coming in here.

Images: C2; 1024x1024 images.
(0,0) Upper Left.
2021-10-07

1812 991 956
1824 981 947
1836 968 937
1848 956 927
1900 944 916
1912 931 905

First position was visible behind the mask in processed (red) image.

Regards,
Worachate Boonplod


Re: Potential C3 Kreutz-group comet 2021 October 7

Robert Pickard
 

Pretty sure it will make it. It just brightened out of nowhere


On Thu, Oct 7, 2021, 5:51 PM Worachate <worachateb@...> wrote:


There is also a chance that this comet is Kreutz IIa, so the survival chance to reach C2 maybe better?

Regards,
Worachate Boonplod

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Re: Potential C3 Kreutz-group comet 2021 October 7

Worachate
 



There is also a chance that this comet is Kreutz IIa, so the survival chance to reach C2 maybe better?

Regards,
Worachate Boonplod


Re: Potential C3 Kreutz-group comet 2021 October 7

Robert Pickard
 

I think your report is of a real object, I see it at 2206 at 670 740. But the evolution of it is rather odd, 


On Thu, Oct 7, 2021, 4:59 PM Robert Pickard via groups.io <rpickard1997=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
Curses.... But good job. (If it is real, I have just been defeated to it).

On Thu, Oct 7, 2021, 4:56 PM Worachate <worachateb@...> wrote:
Hello all,

I see a possible Kreutz comet in C3 here.

Images: C3; 1024x1024 images.
(0,0) Upper Left.
2021-10-07

2018 690 760
2030 688 758
2118 680 752
2130 678 750
2142 676 747

I would like to note that this comet is moving along predicted Kreutz III path. If real, it may be destroyed before reaching C2.
 
Regards,
Worachate Boonplod


Re: Potential C3 Kreutz-group comet 2021 October 7

Robert Pickard
 

Curses.... But good job. (If it is real, I have just been defeated to it).


On Thu, Oct 7, 2021, 4:56 PM Worachate <worachateb@...> wrote:
Hello all,

I see a possible Kreutz comet in C3 here.

Images: C3; 1024x1024 images.
(0,0) Upper Left.
2021-10-07

2018 690 760
2030 688 758
2118 680 752
2130 678 750
2142 676 747

I would like to note that this comet is moving along predicted Kreutz III path. If real, it may be destroyed before reaching C2.
 
Regards,
Worachate Boonplod


Potential C3 Kreutz-group comet 2021 October 7

Worachate
 

Hello all,

I see a possible Kreutz comet in C3 here.

Images: C3; 1024x1024 images.
(0,0) Upper Left.
2021-10-07

2018 690 760
2030 688 758
2118 680 752
2130 678 750
2142 676 747

I would like to note that this comet is moving along predicted Kreutz III path. If real, it may be destroyed before reaching C2.
 
Regards,
Worachate Boonplod


Re: Retracting my endorsement on 2021-09-26

Peter Berrett
 

No worries I have retracted my claim

cheers Peter

On 27/09/2021 12:53 am, Worachate wrote:
Hello,

This comet already reported on 2021 Feb 23
https://sungrazer.nrl.navy.mil/report/reportpb20210926103146

Sorry, a bit too fast to endorse it.

Regards,
Worachate



Retracting my endorsement on 2021-09-26

Worachate
 

Hello,

This comet already reported on 2021 Feb 23
https://sungrazer.nrl.navy.mil/report/reportpb20210926103146

Sorry, a bit too fast to endorse it.

Regards,
Worachate


Re: important

Robert Pickard
 

Unfortunately based on your coordinates, looks like you reported a star/noise. 


On Mon, Sep 6, 2021, 10:36 AM mohamed alsunni via groups.io <alsunni700=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
hi

i submitted a comet report from archive of 10-05-2010

under the name NEW USER , and my full name is MohamedAlsunni
as you can give credit if the report is a new discovery

please check it and let me know if it is a new find by me



thanks



important

mohamed alsunni
 

hi

i submitted a comet report from archive of 10-05-2010

under the name NEW USER , and my full name is MohamedAlsunni
as you can give credit if the report is a new discovery

please check it and let me know if it is a new find by me



thanks



Re: Non group Soho candidate report

Peter Berrett
 

My error. Rainer has reported this. I was looking at the May reports.  :(

cheers Peter


On 7/09/2021 12:39 am, Peter Berrett wrote:

I just posted a non-group report from 24 June 2018 (I am sure ts a real comet).

I checked for a report of this. Rainer Kracht is registered as having reported a Marsden comet on that day but the only record I could find of such a report was actually on the 21st. He called his report a non-group comet.

What I think has happened is that he has reported a non-group comet on the 21st and Karl has classified this as a Marsden. Rainer's report was confirmed but I could not find any non-group or Marsden comet listed on the 21st.

So I believe my report has a good chance of being new.

For the record my comet is moving outwards in a northwest direction (upwards and to the left away from the Sun).


cheers Peter




On 6/09/2021 11:39 pm, Peter Berrett wrote:

But for the time being the script is still working ok.

I have just posted another archive Meyer find!I'm quite sure this is real and I can't find it having been posted before. Website is working also.

cheers Peter


On 6/09/2021 10:30 pm, Peter Berrett wrote:
I shall have to improve my script then!

cheers Peter


On 6/09/2021 7:47 pm, Robert Pickard wrote:
The archive Kreutz I have found were all very faint, and some would be very easy to miss. This is something for the trained eye, I am afraid your script cannot pull out the faintest Kreutz. If a Kreutz you see is rather obvious, 99% of the time, it'll be a known object. In an era where Worachate and Masanori find most of the Kreutz, it is rare for one to escape. Yet again, crazy things have happened and I do not fully understand how some of my archive Kreutz were never reported before.
















Re: Non group Soho candidate report

Peter Berrett
 


I just posted a non-group report from 24 June 2018 (I am sure ts a real comet).

I checked for a report of this. Rainer Kracht is registered as having reported a Marsden comet on that day but the only record I could find of such a report was actually on the 21st. He called his report a non-group comet.

What I think has happened is that he has reported a non-group comet on the 21st and Karl has classified this as a Marsden. Rainer's report was confirmed but I could not find any non-group or Marsden comet listed on the 21st.

So I believe my report has a good chance of being new.

For the record my comet is moving outwards in a northwest direction (upwards and to the left away from the Sun).


cheers Peter




On 6/09/2021 11:39 pm, Peter Berrett wrote:

But for the time being the script is still working ok.

I have just posted another archive Meyer find!I'm quite sure this is real and I can't find it having been posted before. Website is working also.

cheers Peter


On 6/09/2021 10:30 pm, Peter Berrett wrote:
I shall have to improve my script then!

cheers Peter


On 6/09/2021 7:47 pm, Robert Pickard wrote:
The archive Kreutz I have found were all very faint, and some would be very easy to miss. This is something for the trained eye, I am afraid your script cannot pull out the faintest Kreutz. If a Kreutz you see is rather obvious, 99% of the time, it'll be a known object. In an era where Worachate and Masanori find most of the Kreutz, it is rare for one to escape. Yet again, crazy things have happened and I do not fully understand how some of my archive Kreutz were never reported before.















Re: Non group Soho candidate report

Peter Berrett
 

But for the time being the script is still working ok.

I have just posted another archive Meyer find!I'm quite sure this is real and I can't find it having been posted before. Website is working also.

cheers Peter

On 6/09/2021 10:30 pm, Peter Berrett wrote:
I shall have to improve my script then!

cheers Peter


On 6/09/2021 7:47 pm, Robert Pickard wrote:
The archive Kreutz I have found were all very faint, and some would be very easy to miss. This is something for the trained eye, I am afraid your script cannot pull out the faintest Kreutz. If a Kreutz you see is rather obvious, 99% of the time, it'll be a known object. In an era where Worachate and Masanori find most of the Kreutz, it is rare for one to escape. Yet again, crazy things have happened and I do not fully understand how some of my archive Kreutz were never reported before.





Re: Non group Soho candidate report

Peter Berrett
 

I shall have to improve my script then!

cheers Peter

On 6/09/2021 7:47 pm, Robert Pickard wrote:
The archive Kreutz I have found were all very faint, and some would be very easy to miss. This is something for the trained eye, I am afraid your script cannot pull out the faintest Kreutz. If a Kreutz you see is rather obvious, 99% of the time, it'll be a known object. In an era where Worachate and Masanori find most of the Kreutz, it is rare for one to escape. Yet again, crazy things have happened and I do not fully understand how some of my archive Kreutz were never reported before.


Re: Non group Soho candidate report

Robert Pickard
 

The archive Kreutz I have found were all very faint, and some would be very easy to miss. This is something for the trained eye, I am afraid your script cannot pull out the faintest Kreutz. If a Kreutz you see is rather obvious, 99% of the time, it'll be a known object. In an era where Worachate and Masanori find most of the Kreutz, it is rare for one to escape. Yet again, crazy things have happened and I do not fully understand how some of my archive Kreutz were never reported before.


On Mon, Sep 6, 2021, 4:32 AM Peter Berrett <p.berrett@...> wrote:
I have looked at tens if not hundreds of kreutz candidates and every time they have been found before.
The only Soho kreutz I have ever found was my very first one in 2013. Everything else has been Meyer, Marsden, Kracht or Non group.

Cheers Peter



------ Original Message ----------

 Peter I have done this multiple times, so surely you can as well. 
On Mon, Sep 6, 2021, 3:38 AM Peter Berrett p.berrett@...
[1] wrote: Scratch that - it was found by Szymon. It is almost
impossible to find a Kreutz comet missed by everyone in the archives.
cheers Peter On 6/09/2021 6:35 pm, Peter Berrett wrote: Thanks
Worachate. I will have something definitely real to confirm in the
next couple of minutes. cheesr Peter On 6/09/2021 6:28 pm, Worachate
wrote: I can't confirm it. The final reported position is definitely a
star.

Links:
------
[1] mailto:p.berrett@...
[2] https://SunGrazer.groups.io/g/SOHO/message/4963
[3]
mailto:SOHO@SunGrazer.groups.io?subject=Re:%20Re%3A%20%5BSOHO%5D%20Non%20group%20Soho%20candidate%20report
[4]
mailto:rpickard1997@...?subject=Private:%20Re:%20Re%3A%20%5BSOHO%5D%20Non%20group%20Soho%20candidate%20report
[5] https://groups.io/mt/85407139/1980458
[6] https://SunGrazer.groups.io/g/SOHO/post
[7] https://SunGrazer.groups.io/g/SOHO/editsub/1980458
[8] mailto:SOHO+owner@SunGrazer.groups.io
[9]
https://SunGrazer.groups.io/g/SOHO/leave/7708130/1980458/1113695340/xyzzy







Re: Non group Soho candidate report

Peter Berrett
 

I have looked at tens if not hundreds of kreutz candidates and every time they have been found before.
The only Soho kreutz I have ever found was my very first one in 2013. Everything else has been Meyer, Marsden, Kracht or Non group.

Cheers Peter

------ Original Message ----------

Peter I have done this multiple times, so surely you can as well. 
On Mon, Sep 6, 2021, 3:38 AM Peter Berrett p.berrett@optusnet.com.au
[1] wrote: Scratch that - it was found by Szymon. It is almost
impossible to find a Kreutz comet missed by everyone in the archives.
cheers Peter On 6/09/2021 6:35 pm, Peter Berrett wrote: Thanks
Worachate. I will have something definitely real to confirm in the
next couple of minutes. cheesr Peter On 6/09/2021 6:28 pm, Worachate
wrote: I can't confirm it. The final reported position is definitely a
star.

Links:
------
[1] mailto:p.berrett@optusnet.com.au
[2] https://SunGrazer.groups.io/g/SOHO/message/4963
[3]
mailto:SOHO@SunGrazer.groups.io?subject=Re:%20Re%3A%20%5BSOHO%5D%20Non%20group%20Soho%20candidate%20report
[4]
mailto:rpickard1997@gmail.com?subject=Private:%20Re:%20Re%3A%20%5BSOHO%5D%20Non%20group%20Soho%20candidate%20report
[5] https://groups.io/mt/85407139/1980458
[6] https://SunGrazer.groups.io/g/SOHO/post
[7] https://SunGrazer.groups.io/g/SOHO/editsub/1980458
[8] mailto:SOHO+owner@SunGrazer.groups.io
[9]
https://SunGrazer.groups.io/g/SOHO/leave/7708130/1980458/1113695340/xyzzy


Re: Non group Soho candidate report

Robert Pickard
 

Peter I have done this multiple times, so surely you can as well. 


On Mon, Sep 6, 2021, 3:38 AM Peter Berrett <p.berrett@...> wrote:

Scratch that - it was found by Szymon.

It is almost impossible to find a Kreutz comet missed by everyone in the archives.

cheers Peter


On 6/09/2021 6:35 pm, Peter Berrett wrote:
Thanks Worachate.

I will have something definitely real to confirm in the next couple of minutes.

cheesr Peter

On 6/09/2021 6:28 pm, Worachate wrote:
I can't confirm it. The final reported position is definitely a star.




Re: Non group Soho candidate report

Peter Berrett
 


Scratch that - it was found by Szymon.

It is almost impossible to find a Kreutz comet missed by everyone in the archives.

cheers Peter


On 6/09/2021 6:35 pm, Peter Berrett wrote:
Thanks Worachate.

I will have something definitely real to confirm in the next couple of minutes.

cheesr Peter

On 6/09/2021 6:28 pm, Worachate wrote:
I can't confirm it. The final reported position is definitely a star.



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