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Re: Archive report 27 May 1999

Worachate
 

Hi Peter,

It's C/1999 K17 (SOHO-400).

Rainer Kracht discovered it on 2002 Feb 22.
https://web.archive.org/web/20161123175050/http://sungrazer.nrl.navy.mil/comets_found.old/comets_2002/comets200202_arch.html

Archival Kreutz sungrazer in C2 images of 1999 May 27
 Positions: (0,0) upper left, 1024 x 1024
 Image         Time       (x,y)
 22045489.fts  18:06     655,1013 
 22045490.fts  18:26     659,1000
 22045491.fts  18:50     663, 985
 22045492.fts  19:27     670, 960    
 22045493.fts  19:50     artifact    
 22045494.fts  20:06     676, 933    
 22045495.fts  20:26     680, 919    
 22045500.fts  21:26     688, 876    
 22045501.fts  21:50     692, 858  

Kind regards,
Worachate


Archive report 27 May 1999

Peter Berrett
 


Hi

I can't see any kreutz reported on 27 May 1999 so I hope this archive report is successful. Two reports were made on 28th but I found two kreutz on that date so this one may be extra. if it has been reported please let me know and i will withdraw the claim.

Images: C2; 1024x1024 images
(0,0) Upper Left
20990527
    
1806   655  1013
1826   658  1000
1850   662  984
1926   669  961
1950   672  944
2006   676  933
2026   679  919
2126   688  876
   
Distance per hour = 40.38873605350878 pixels

   
cheers Peter



Re: Potential Kreutz Group Comet (10/21)

Worachate
 

Yeah, I can confirm that it's real.


Re: Potential Kreutz Group Comet (10/21)

Robert Pickard
 

Further to my post:
0012 903 1020
0124 840 962
0136 830 952
0200 809 932


On Fri, Oct 22, 2021, 2:51 AM Robert Pickard via groups.io <rpickard1997=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
Correction: 10/22

On Fri, Oct 22, 2021, 2:49 AM Robert Pickard <rpickard1997@...> wrote:
C2
0024 893 1010
0036 882 1000
0048 873 991


Re: Potential Kreutz Group Comet (10/21)

Robert Pickard
 

Correction: 10/22


On Fri, Oct 22, 2021, 2:49 AM Robert Pickard <rpickard1997@...> wrote:
C2
0024 893 1010
0036 882 1000
0048 873 991


Potential Kreutz Group Comet (10/21)

Robert Pickard
 

C2
0024 893 1010
0036 882 1000
0048 873 991


Re: Potential Comet in C3 10/20

Robert Pickard
 

Retracting this report.

(object is a noise)

On Wed, Oct 20, 2021, 12:08 PM Robert Pickard via groups.io <rpickard1997=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
1342 682 696
1354 680 694
1406 678 692
1418 676 690


Potential Comet in C3 10/20

Robert Pickard
 

1342 682 696
1354 680 694
1406 678 692
1418 676 690


Re: Archival report - non-group

Peter Berrett
 

I withdraw this claim.

cheers Peter

On 20/10/2021 11:40 pm, Peter Berrett wrote:


Hi everyone

I have an archival report from February 2006.

Not many positions but seems clear and consistent enough. Doesn't appear to have been reported.

Images: C2; 1024x1024 images
(0,0) Upper Left
20060215
    
1931   1010  754
1954   999  728
2006   993  714
2030   982  688
2108   964  646
   
Distance per hour = 72.9089423549895 pixels
   

cheers Peter



Archival report - non-group

Peter Berrett
 


Hi everyone

I have an archival report from February 2006.

Not many positions but seems clear and consistent enough. Doesn't appear to have been reported.

Images: C2; 1024x1024 images
(0,0) Upper Left
20060215
    
1931   1010  754
1954   999  728
2006   993  714
2030   982  688
2108   964  646
   
Distance per hour = 72.9089423549895 pixels
   

cheers Peter


Re: Potential comet in C3 2021-10-19

Zesheng Yang
 

Dear All,
I have read your discussion in these hours. The situation now is unusual, both Robert's and Michal's opinion are reasonable. I think maybe the rule can be specially considered under such a situation, but anyway, I hope we comet hunters can enjoy this project, like Alan just said, a "non competitive group". So just leave the decision of the two objects (Masanori&me and Michal&me) to Karl, and wish the Sungrazer website reopen soon.

Best wishes,
Zesheng Yang


Re: Potential comet in C3 2021-10-19

Alan Watson
 

Gidday All,
This reply via Gmail on my phone. 

So, the work flow as I understand it is,
C2(2 positions min ,C3 3 positions min) 
 get two or more positions with good confidence. 
Report via SunGrazer Web site and/or direct email to Dr sungrazer if the site is down or some interesting qualification needs to be stated.

Alert the groups.io SunGrazer groups about your positions to assist with the view of tracking for further qualification. This site can be used for direct reporting if the main NRL site is unavailable.

So, timing is important. 
Email to Karl takes first place on the timing. Then Web reports, and follow up email to Karl. 
Email to Karl then report to SunGrazer Groups.Io timing is fall back method for unavailable NRL sites.

For Stereo or WISPR, an email to Karl and a report to the SunGrazer group.io with the report timing having Karl's email the prime decider.

What is the Facebook group following sungrazer comets?

I don't think that is a formal report place, but should be used to assist with qualification and education to the formal report method.

SunGrazer group.io is fully funded for the next year. It can be used in the same way as Yahoo groups was in the past. It is a historical message repository. Peter and Robert have used it for their reports of missed comets. 

I hope that this help with the non competitive group efforts that happen with comet hunters 😁🤟👍👌. 

Kind regards Alan Watson. 

On Wed, 20 Oct. 2021, 8:28 am Michał Biesiada, <biesiadmichal@...> wrote:
My pleasure!
 
(NOTICE: here, we're talking about cases when the site is down temporarily in general)
Sure, it's OK. I will give you an example, in my case I prefer send an email first, and next let to know on the group - it's in accordance with the rules & good for Community.
 
If someone doesn't use Group-io a lot, they may be wondering how to add a post, etc. (then time is running out), and if they use Gmail/or other mail provider a lot, they might prefer that way.

Years ago, we were using Yahoo groups. Then we migrated to the Group-io. It's not so important. The informal rules are ~ 'be the fastest'. If someone doesn't have account here, also should have an opportunity for report the object.
 
Best wishes,
Michal


Re: New report

Michał Biesiada
 

Retracting.


Re: New report

Michał Biesiada
 

Thanks for feedback.

Retracting.


Re: New report

Robert Pickard
 

Both are known objects. First was likely first reported by Worachate in C3, hours ago.

The second was reported first by Worachate and also confirmed by yours truly as I was going to report it too. 

On Tue, Oct 19, 2021, 5:08 PM Michał Biesiada <biesiadmichal@...> wrote:
Hi All,

New comet report:

21-10-20
Upper Left, 1024x1024, c2

879 953 17:48
868 946 18:00


Best wishes,
Michal


New report

Michał Biesiada
 

Hi All,

New comet report:

21-10-20
Upper Left, 1024x1024, c2

879 953 17:48
868 946 18:00


Best wishes,
Michal


New report

Michał Biesiada
 

Hi All,

New comet report:

21-10-20
Upper Left, 1024x1024, c2

929 985 12:36
920 976 12:48





Best wishes,
Michal


Re: Potential comet in C2 2021-10-19

Robert Pickard
 

Yep... Was about to plot the coordinates and report..  it is real. 


On Tue, Oct 19, 2021, 4:44 PM Worachate <worachateb@...> wrote:
Another comet today.

Images: C2; 1024x1024 images.
(0,0) Upper Left.
2021-10-19
   Kreutz group comet.
1700 922 993
1712 912 983
1724 900 974
1736 890 964
1748 879 954
1800 868 945
1812 856 934
1824 845 925

Regards,
Worachate Boonplod


Potential comet in C2 2021-10-19

Worachate
 

Another comet today.

Images: C2; 1024x1024 images.
(0,0) Upper Left.
2021-10-19
   Kreutz group comet.
1700 922 993
1712 912 983
1724 900 974
1736 890 964
1748 879 954
1800 868 945
1812 856 934
1824 845 925

Regards,
Worachate Boonplod


Re: Potential C2 Kreutz comet 20211018

Michał Biesiada
 

Sure, but truth be told this simplification :D

Because, the first report via an e-mail was 3 mintues earlier if I'm not mistaken.

That was a reasone, that I said, that I hope it will be co-discovery etc etc. (in normal situation if site is running, as you said 15sec > 3min).
Will be fine.

Best wishes,
Michal

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