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Originally posted by shauny
reply to post by DClairvoyant
If what I took was pictures of a planet to pass near us, then jesus, well done me.
Originally posted by Pryde87
reply to post by planetguest
You're either one sarcastic SOB or in desperate need of a straight jacket
Originally posted by DClairvoyant
I must mention as I have read somewhere that "Wormwood" The Dead Star = Sun has a tendancy to speed up and slow down.
Anybody who feels like being mathematically challenged here please show us your light.
Find_Orb can take a set of observations of an asteroid or comet, given in MPC (Minor Planet Center) format or the NEOIBO or AstDyS formats, and find the corresponding orbit. The MPC format is a "standard" used by most astrometry software, including Charon.