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Prom Reabsorption 7/2/2017, 





    
        

            rigel123

Prom Reabsorption 7/2/2017

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Imaging telescope or lens:Lunt Solar Systems LS60T

Imaging camera:Celestron Skyris 236M

Mount:Orion Atlas EQ-G

Resolution: 936x668

Date:July 2, 2017

Time: 09:00

Frames: 18000

FPS: 94.00000

Focal length: 500

Seeing: 3

Transparency: 8

Locations: Home observatory, Mason, Ohio, United States

Description

I didn't know what else to call this phenomenon when a prom basically materializes out of thin air and falls onto the surface! Whatever it was it was pretty cool!

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