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Davey-T

2014 JO25

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Caught this after a bit of faffing about, it was going so fast by the time I got it framed and focused and started PHD it was halfway across the frame so had to try and put it out of the frame and push the button just as it appeared :grin:

Frame covers 10 minutes.

I think the wigley line is caused by the tumbling peanut shape.

Dave

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Excellent capture Davey, you caught it well despite the faffing :icon_biggrin:,
and It's shape and rotation is the very likely cause of 
the dance it seems to be doing. 
 

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Excellent capture Dave, and well done with persevering!

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well done on getting it, its fair shifting across the sky

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