Job number 016765
Submitted by john3 (John Baruch)
Submitted on 19 Jun 1996 16:56 BST from
User Priority 2 (10 lowest, 1 highest)
User category AMATEUR
User job ranking A (A highest)
Objects rise at 16.447651 and set at 18.496531 (siderial time)
Observation window 17.287231 to 17.287231 (siderial time)
Scheduler gave priority score of 90
Job Comments
Name: starmm2
Job Details
Track RA 17:28:19.53 DEC -20:01:11.7 Epoch 2000
(STSCI Picture)
Expose image for 12679mS using Clear filter (#7)
Job Progress
Job started at 50260.128906
Date last serviced 50260.128906
Extended Details
Do this job once only.

Observation 01: 6/10 - Medium

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The telescope automatically assessed the quality of the image as "6/10 - Medium". It detected 23 stars in the image. This image is 0.00% saturated
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