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  1. Who has a good asteroid database for me? Stumbled across this object last night (see video). I've checked my satellite databases but cannot find a match. Could be an NEO. See attached MP4 below. First Frame DATE-OBS = '2017-12-06T16:23:39' /YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss observation start, UT EXPTIME = 10.000000000000000 /Exposure time in seconds Begins RA (Topocentric): 07h 42m 34.4s Dec (Topocentric): -14° 40' 46" RA (2000.0): 07h 41m 44.4s Dec (2000.0): -14° 38' 12" Azimuth: 81° 11' 49" Altitude: +39° 08' 44" Hour Angle: -03h 29m 36s Moves To RA (Topocentric): 07h 42m 37.5s Dec (Topocentric): -14° 41' 12" RA (2000.0): 07h 41m 47.5s Dec (2000.0): -14° 38' 38" Azimuth: 81° 12' 47" Altitude: +39° 08' 20" Hour Angle: -03h 29m 39s Second Frame DATE-OBS = '2017-12-06T16:23:52' /YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss observation start, UT EXPTIME = 10.000000000000000 /Exposure time in seconds Begins RA (Topocentric): 07h 42m 38.8s Dec (Topocentric): -14° 41' 23" RA (2000.0): 07h 41m 48.9s Dec (2000.0): -14° 38' 49" Azimuth: 81° 13' 13" Altitude: +39° 08' 09" Hour Angle: -03h 29m 40s Moves To RA (Topocentric): 07h 42m 42.1s Dec (Topocentric): -14° 41' 44" RA (2000.0): 07h 41m 52.1s Dec (2000.0): -14° 39' 09" Azimuth: 81° 14' 08" Altitude: +39° 07' 39" Hour Angle: -03h 29m 43s Third Frame DATE-OBS = '2017-12-06T16:24:06' /YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss observation start, UT EXPTIME = 10.000000000000000 /Exposure time in seconds Begins RA (Topocentric): 07h 42m 43.2s Dec (Topocentric): -14° 41' 51" RA (2000.0): 07h 41m 53.2s Dec (2000.0): -14° 39' 16" Azimuth: 81° 14' 26" Altitude: +39° 07' 30" Hour Angle: -03h 29m 44s Moves To RA (Topocentric): 07h 42m 46.1s Dec (Topocentric): -14° 42' 10" RA (2000.0): 07h 41m 56.1s Dec (2000.0): -14° 39' 35" Azimuth: 81° 15' 16" Altitude: +39° 07' 04" Hour Angle: -03h 29m 47s Fourth Frame DATE-OBS = '2017-12-06T16:24:24' /YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss observation start, UT EXPTIME = 10.000000000000000 /Exposure time in seconds Begins RA (Topocentric): 07h 42m 48.9s Dec (Topocentric): -14° 42' 30" RA (2000.0): 07h 41m 59.0s Dec (2000.0): -14° 39' 55" Azimuth: 81° 16' 06" Altitude: +39° 06' 39" Hour Angle: -03h 29m 50s Moves To RA (Topocentric): 07h 42m 52.5s Dec (Topocentric): -14° 42' 57" RA (2000.0): 07h 42m 02.5s Dec (2000.0): -14° 40' 22" Azimuth: 81° 17' 11" Altitude: +39° 06' 11" Hour Angle: -03h 29m 54s Can someone match this, would be greatly appreciated. Note the planetary nebula at centre is NGC2438. FITs headers and images available if you want to have a go. Regards Ray NEO.mp4
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