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Adam Hurcewicz
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I can't wait for new pictures ! smile.gif
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Adam Hurcewicz
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QUOTE (Sean @ Aug 12 2017, 11:55 PM) *
12.5 megapixel portrait with image processing...


Hi Sean.

Can I use your photo to my kitchen ? Here is visualization how it will be look.

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Adam Hurcewicz
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QUOTE (Adam Hurcewicz @ Jul 26 2017, 09:50 PM) *
Hi
I can't open FITS images from SDO. I try NASA view, Fitswork, Maxim DL and nothing sad.gif

Images are from http://sdowww.lmsal.com/suntoday_v2/
and http://jsoc.stanford.edu/ajax/lookdata.html



So guys, you can open this FITS ?
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Adam Hurcewicz
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Hi
I can't open FITS images from SDO. I try NASA view, Fitswork, Maxim DL and nothing sad.gif

Images are from http://sdowww.lmsal.com/suntoday_v2/
and http://jsoc.stanford.edu/ajax/lookdata.html
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Adam Hurcewicz
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Color image of Daphnis from 2017-02-06 21:05 (UTC)

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  Forum: Cassini's ongoing mission and raw images · Post Preview: #234514 · Replies: 90 · Views: 41786

Adam Hurcewicz
Posted on: Dec 21 2016, 08:20 PM


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Here is new photo of Pandora - 2016-12-18 21:15 (UTC)

from IR3, Green, and UV3 filters

N00273192-uv3
N00273193-ir3
N00273194-g
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Adam Hurcewicz
Posted on: Dec 19 2016, 10:02 PM


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QUOTE (elakdawalla @ Oct 21 2015, 12:05 AM) *


Hi Emily, could you fix broken links to sbn.psi.edu
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Adam Hurcewicz
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QUOTE (scalbers @ Jul 19 2015, 02:59 AM) *
Here is an updated map now with 3 LORRI images added to the Google Maps color release. Still needs some refinements.


But where is North and where is South ? It must be inverted, hmm ?
in pck00010.tpc is: "Due to the new definition of planetocentric coordinates for small bodies, and to the reclassification of Pluto as a dwarf planet, Pluto's north pole direction has been inverted."
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Adam Hurcewicz
Posted on: Oct 20 2014, 10:10 PM


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QUOTE (elakdawalla @ Oct 20 2014, 11:44 PM) *
Sol 783 ChemCam images are down. I didn't see a comet in my first pass through them -- can any of you find it?


Why images have view to Az = 105 deg and El = 5 deg ? at this time ?

Comet should be at elevation 50-54 deg and azimuth 300-310 deg !
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Adam Hurcewicz
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QUOTE (vikingmars @ Oct 20 2014, 09:46 AM) *
Here is comet Siding-Spring spotted by the Opportunity rover in the Martian sky ! (pictures are just de-noised) : Enjoy ! smile.gif



Great ! What time of capture is it ?
  Forum: Telescopic Observations · Post Preview: #214046 · Replies: 134 · Views: 45268

Adam Hurcewicz
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QUOTE (CAP-Team @ Oct 19 2014, 11:15 PM) *
I succeeded in transforming the shape file into CMOD for use in Celestia (anyone still using this?)
But I got the rotation axis wrong. Anyone care to share their .ssc?



I love Celestia software smile.gif so please add here cmod model.

Here is my ssc file to comet and Rosseta in one file:

CODE
"67P:Churyumov-Gerasimenko" "Sol"
{
    Class "comet"
    Mesh "aaa4.cmod"
    Radius 2.1
    Albedo 0.2
    
    Timeline
[
    {
    Beginning "2010 06 03 00:00:00.000"
    Ending    "2016 01 01 00:00:00.000"
    
    OrbitFrame { EclipticJ2000 { Center "Sol" } }
    
    SpiceOrbit {
        Kernel [
        "CORL_DL_002_01____C__00045.BSP" # 2010 JUN 03 00:00:00.000 - 2016 JAN 01 00:00:00.000
        "CORB_DV_040_01_______00074.BSP" # 2014 JAN 01 00:00:00.000 - 2016 JAN 01 00:00:00.000
        ]
        Target          "1000012"
        Origin          "10"
        
        BoundingRadius  1e7
        }
        
SpiceRotation {
    Kernel [
        "PCK00010.TPC"
        "ROS_V23.TF"
        "ROS_CHURYUMOV_V01.TF"
        "ROS_CGS_RSOC_V03.TPC"
        "ROS_140919_STEP.TSC"      
        "NAIF0010.TLS"
        "CATT_DV_001_01_______00001.BC" # 2013 DEC 31 20:55:00.000 - 2016 JAN 01 03:04:10.000
        "CATT_DV_040_01_______00074>BC" # 2014 JAN 01 00:00:00.000 - 2016-JAN 01 00:09:59.999
    ]
    Frame "67P/C-G_CK"
    BaseFrame "eclipj2000"
}
    }
]
}



"Rosetta" "Sol"
{
    Class "spacecraft"
    Mesh "rosetta.3ds"
    Radius 0.016
    Albedo 0.5
    
    Timeline
[
    {
    
    Beginning "2004 03 02 09:26:21.583"
    Ending    "2014 10 22 08:56:09.740"

    OrbitFrame { EclipticJ2000 { Center "Sol" } }
    
    SpiceOrbit {
        Kernel [
        "ORHR_______________00122.BSP" # 2004 MAR 02 09:26:21.583 - 2014 AUG 04 01:16:37.085
        "RORB_DV_040_01_______00074.BSP" # 2014 JAN 01 00:00:00.000 - 2014 OCT 22 08:56:09.740
        ]
        Target          "-226"
        Origin          "10"
        BoundingRadius  1e7
      }
      
    SpiceRotation {
        Kernel [
        "PCK00010.TPC"
        "ROS_V23.TF"
        "ROS_CHURYUMOV_V01.TF"
        "ROS_CGS_RSOC_V03.TPC"
        "ROS_140919_STEP.TSC"      
        "NAIF0010.TLS"
        "ATNR_P040302093352_00127.BC" # 2004-MAR-02 09:33:52.767 2014-MAR-03 06:31:19.141
        "RATT_DV_040_01_01____00074.BC" # DEC 31,2013  23:59:59.0000 (TDB)    OCT 14,2014  10:01:07.1823
        "RATM_DM_008_01____C__00062.BC" # SEP 23,2014  10:01:07.1823 (TDB)    OCT 24,2014  10:01:07.1824
        "RATM_DM_009_01____A__00072.BC" # OCT 24,2014  10:01:07.1824 (TDB)    NOV 21,2014  23:26:07.1828
    ]
    Frame "ROS_SPACECRAFT"
    BaseFrame "eclipj2000"
}
    }
]
}
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Adam Hurcewicz
Posted on: Oct 19 2014, 04:36 PM


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QUOTE (Cosmic Penguin @ Oct 19 2014, 06:02 PM) *
Sorry if I sounds like an orbital mechanics rookie, but what are the closest approach distances of the 5 Mars orbiters to the comet? smile.gif


comet - MOM - 88 222 km at 18:14 UTC
comet - MRO - 135 750 km at 18:28 UTC
comet - MEX - 136 890 km at 18:26 UTC
comet - Odyssey - 141 140 km at 18:26 UTC
comet - MAVEN - 143 290 km at 18:26 UTC
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Adam Hurcewicz
Posted on: Oct 18 2014, 06:48 PM


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QUOTE (jmknapp @ Oct 18 2014, 01:15 PM) *
Nice animation--good to see all the players at once, except the Indian orbiter, which doesn't use SPICE, unfortunately.


I have MOM orbital data from HORIZONS but I disable it in this animation.

Here is screen shots with position of MOM at 18:27:15 UTC - 19.10.2014

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Adam Hurcewicz
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9o348MOuu-c


View to Mars, spacecrafts (MRO, Mars Odyssey, Mars Express, MAVEN) rovers (MER-B Opportunity and Curiosity) from comet C/2013 A1

Comet will pass very close to Mars at 18:27:15 UTC (about 135 300 km to planet surface). I have stop for few seconds animation at that time.

At 18:48 UTC Mars will enter path of the comet dust trail
At 20:05 UTC Mars will be at center of the dust trail. Mars Express will try observe meteors on Mars atmosphere

The animation show view from above the comet.

Simple law - comet see the spacecraft = spacecraft see the comet !

About rovers:

Opportunity will see the comet at night to the set comet at morning (18:35 UTC - 10 min after CA)

In the Curiosity sky comet will rise at the daytime and transit at 20:39 UTC (after dusk sky)

This two rovers will have good conditions to see the comet.


Animation are made in Celestia and orbital data are from SPICE/BSP (NAIF/NASA site http://naif.jpl.nasa.gov/pub/naif )

Precision are compared with HORIZONS/JPL ephemerides and ORB files in spk folders.
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But what of coordinates are now ? N and ? S on surface. This map don't tell me that.
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What position of Opportunity is now ?
Where I can find info about that?
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Adam Hurcewicz
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QUOTE (JohnVV @ Oct 15 2014, 09:53 PM) *
for any that want to run the sim and do not already know about this

http://forum.celestialmatters.org/viewtopi...mp;t=578#p10789

i posted a celestia NAIF-spice add on for siding spring
using the HORIZONS database to make the position kernel
( i can not post images at this time - software error do to building VisionWorkbench and StereoPipline )



I'm made animation from SPICE orbital elements for MEX, Odyssey, MRO, MAVEN, and comet. Also xyzv for MOM from HORIZONS.
That's all in Celestia. I upload to Youtube soon, maybe tonight smile.gif

I compared precision of simulation from HORIZONS/JPL ephemerides and (for MEX) http://blogs.esa.int/mex/2014/10/15/comet-flyby-timeline/
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Adam Hurcewicz
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My version of new NAVCAM images

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Adam Hurcewicz
Posted on: Aug 10 2014, 05:16 PM


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OK, here is visualization from Celestia. I made model in Blender, texture is from Itokawa, orbital data from SPK/BSP od NAIF NASA/JPL

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kETzagV37ig
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QUOTE (machi @ Aug 6 2014, 06:08 PM) *
And here is cross-eye version of the same stereo image:


This is fantastic 3D picture! Great work! I love it.
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Adam Hurcewicz
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Here is Dawn approach to Vesta from 305 images at 2 FPS.
See at 720p to better view. smile.gif

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IAjsqqsuDqE
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Adam Hurcewicz
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Not exactly, see example on NEODyS site

2013TV135 - IMPACTOR TABLE
http://newton.dm.unipi.it/neodys/index.php...;n=2013%20TV135
Impact date 2032/08/26.359 (but this date is a date when Earth cross one of virtual orbits)

and 2013TV135 - CLOSE APPROACHES
http://newton.dm.unipi.it/neodys/index.php...;n=2013%20TV135
0.1315990 AU (closest) at 2032/08/06.09107

0.3 AU is the distance of ONE virtual object (without noise produced by Monte Carlo method), all other virtual objects may be in different position at orbit path.

Just small difference in position at now become big difference at 2032 year.
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Adam Hurcewicz
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Observations are in minorplanetcenter
http://www.minorplanetcenter.net/db_search...t_id=2013+TV135



Please download the Celestia
http://www.shatters.net/celestia/download.html

and my zip (mpc.zip), extract file to folder extras then run Celestia.


The date of potential impact is the date when Earth cross paths of one of this virtual objects. At 26 Aug 2032 distance of 2013 TV135 (nominal object/orbit) from Earth will be about 0.3 AU.
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Adam Hurcewicz
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I calculate 429 orbits (with Find Orbit - Monte Carlo method - noise 0.3) from 501 observations (arc 24 days) to Epoch 1 Nov. 2013
and then integrate all orbits to Epoch 26 Aug. 2032. That integrated MPCORB I use in Celestia soft (mpcorb2ssc can make ssc file).

Here is screen from Celestia and 429 virtual 2013 TV135 asteroids at time of potential impact.
The most of this asteroids are some distance from Earth, but some are very close.

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Here is SSC file to Celestia
Attached File  mpc.zip ( 16.54K ) Number of downloads: 90
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Adam Hurcewicz
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Here is my version of
Image 1: Moon color
Time: 04:07:00 PDT
Exposure: 0.9 milliseconds
Time delay integration: 1

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