Monthly Archives: July 2011

2011 NZ and the (almost) occultation of a MBA

It happens very often to have, in the same FOV of your target, another asteroid. Sometimes it can be a new one, but almost always it’s a known one. Sometimes it can be very near your target, but almost never … Continue reading

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New comet P/2011 NO1

P/2011 N01 was discovered on 2011, Jul. 07.30 by Leonid Elenin and I. Molotov on four 240-s exp. taken with a 0.45-m f/2.8 reflector + CCD from their remote ISON-NM Observatory, New Mexico, USA. They described it as having a … Continue reading

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