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Time lapse video of Asteroid Florence (3122) taken 1st/2nd September 2017 between 22:09 hours and 00:24 hours UTC.  10 sec subs at 20 sec intervals rendered at 20 fps.

 

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Substituted version with titles and music
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Nice one Michael ?

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Great animation. I have just sketched this tonight. East to find in the nose of the dolphin. Moving quickly too. Movement noted every couple of minutes or so.

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Just substituted in a new version of the video with titles and music (care of Windows Movie Maker software).

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