Three clearly observed misses were recorded for this event.
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Observers: 1(M) W Hanna,Alice Springs, Australia 2(M) A Pennell,NZ,Dunedin 9011 NZ 3(M) P Jaquiery,Waitati (near Dunedin), NZ 4(P) Prediction, 6 June
The circle above is plotted at the expected 10 km diameter of 2000 XF18. With no positive chords we cannot say where the actual path was, so the circle has been plotted on the predicted path.
Observation details for MP ( 32497 ) 2000 XF18 By Star HIP 83014 On 2012-07-04 at 12:47:45.0 _______________________________ Observer William Hanna Location Alice Springs, Australia Longitude +133:53 Latitude -23:42 Altitude 581 m Datum WGS84 Telescope SCT including Cass and Mak Aperture 20 cm Seeing Steady Clear Camera Type WAT120N+ PAL/CCIR Camera Delay 0.05 Timing GPS - time inserted Video with frame analysis Missed Comments: near-full moon _______________________________ Observer A Pennell Location Beverly Begg Obs, Dunedin,NZ,Dunedin 9011 New Zealand Longitude +170:29 Latitude -45:52 Altitude 193 m Datum WGS84 (Kiwi) Telescope Celestron Aperture 35 cm Seeing Slight flickering Thin cloud Camera Type Camera Delay Timing GPS Kiwi Time inserted Video Video with frame analysis Missed Comments: :also Mike Broughton firstname.lastname@example.org _______________________________ Observer Peter Jaquiery Location Waitati (near Dunedin), NZ Longitude +170:32 Latitude -45:46 Altitude 62 m Datum WGS84 Telescope SCT including Cass and Mak Aperture 25 cm Seeing Steady Thin cloud < 2 Camera Type Camera Delay 0 Timing other Preliminary only Missed Comments: Difficult observation (iced up telescope!) but reasonably confident there was no event. Location was S 45 46.0317 E 170 32.8605 Report prepopulated by IOTA Reporting Add-in for OW ver.1.6