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NEODyS Observations and Residuals of B82 Maidbronn and K87 Dettelbach Vineyard Observatory  Kleinplanetenseite of the German Minor Planets Group


Swan Nebula M17 and three asteroids on July,15 2015  22:03-23:12UT, Skywatcher Esprit 120, Flattener, QSI 583wsg, Astronomik Filter           
credit: LRGB image © by Ralf Mündlein, observatory Lindelbach, Germany and image processing by © P. Christoph Gerhard OSB, K74 Muensterschwarzach Observatory, Schwarzach, Germany
Image on Father Christoph's site (in German)


The discovery story of asteroid (410928) Maidbronn alias 2009 ST242 when imaging the comet P/2008 O2 (McNaught)

    P/2008 O2 (McNaught) © by Bernhard Haeusler, Germany

Main belt asteroid 2009 ST242 in September 2009 and follow-up observations.


2020 FR3 is an Apollo type asteroid and classified as a PHA.

The small body passed a weak galaxy cluster in the Western edge region of constellation LEO close to the bounder of CANCER


NEO and Amor 2018 NB on July,19 2018

Amor NEO 2018 NB © by Bernhard Haeusler, Germany    

2018 NB © by Bernhard Haeusler, 2018-07-19    

10 x 20sec. exposure, 2018-07-19 UT 01:18, 12" SCT  f-5.66 + CCD ST10XME,              
15.0 mag, H 19.5, ~426m

Atira NEO 2017 TF2 © by Bernhard Häusler, K87 Dettelbach

2018 NB © by Bernhard Haeusler, 2018-07-19    

Animation of 100 20sec. exposures, 01:12UT - 01:54UT, 42 minutes in reality ~ 1.5 sec. in animation


NEO and Atira 2017 TF2 on October,11 2017

Atira NEO 2017 TF2 © by Bernhard Haeusler, Germany     Atira NEO 2017 TF2 © by Bernhard Häusler, K87 Dettelbach

2017 TF2 © by Bernhard Haeusler, 2017-10-11    

On the left:

57 x 60sec. exposure, 2017-10-11 UT 18:41, 12" SCT  f-6.15 + CCD ST10XME,              
19.6 mag

On the right:

Animation of 57 60sec. exposures, 18:41UT - 19:13UT, 32 minutes in reality ~ 1 sec. in animation
The NEO is moving from top to bottom inside the red lines.


NEO and Apollo 2014 JO25 on April,19 2017
Close encounter between Earth and asteroid 2014 JO25 (650m size) on April,19 2017 in ~1.8 Million kilometers distance

NEO 2014 JO25 © by Bernhard Haeusler, Germany     NEO 2014 JO25 © by P. Christoph Gerhard OSB, Germany

on the left:   2014 JO25 © by Bernhard Haeusler, 2017-04-19 B/W 
on the right: 2014 JO25 © by P. Christoph Gerhard OSB, K74 Muensterschwarzach Observatory, Schwarzach , Germany

14 x 1sec. exposure,  2017-04-19  UT20:55:36 - UT20:56:57, 12" SCT  f-6.3 + CCD ST10XME, 10.5 mag


NEO and Amor 2015 SA17 on October,03 2015

NEO 2015 SA17 © by Bernhard Häusler, B82 Maidbronn  

2015 SA17 © by Bernhard Haeusler, 2015-10-03 B/W   

25 x 10sec. exposure, 2015-10-03 UT 03:03, 12" SCT  f-6.15 + CCD ST10XME
17.7 mag


NEO and Amor 2015 NS13 on the Full Moon night of August,29 2015

NEO 2015 NS13 by Bernhard Häusler, B82 Maidbronn  

2015 NS13 © by Bernhard Haeusler, 2015-08-29 B/W

30 x 30sec. exposure, 2015-08-29 UT 23:26, 12" SCT  f-6.15 + CCD ST10XME
17.9 mag


Potentially hazardous asteroid (PHA) 2011 WN15 on December, 11 2011

PHA 2011 WN15 © by B82 Bernhard Haeusler, Germany

2011 WN15 © by Bernhard Haeusler, 2011-12-11 B/W


NEO 2011 TG2 on October, 03 2011

NEO 2011 TG2 © by B82 Bernhard Haeusler, Germany

2011 TG2 © by Bernhard Haeusler, 2011-10-03 B/W


On October, 30 2010  UT04:14 the PHA 2003 UV11 is passing the Earth-Moon system in a distance of around 1.900.000 km.

Potentially Hazardous Asteroid PHA 2003 UV11 © by B82 Bernhard Haeusler, Germany

2003 UV11 © by Bernhard Haeusler, 2010-10-29 B/W

Potentially Hazardous Asteroid PHA 2003 UV11 © by B82 Bernhard Haeusler, Germany

GIF animation 87 x 2 sec. = around 13 minutes in reality      


Here are some images and videos about 11 hours before the asteroids closest approch to Earth
in about 129,016 km distance at January, 13  2010 UT 12:46.

Apollo asteriod 2010 AL30 © by B82 Bernhard Haeusler, Germany 

2010 AL30 (Apollo type asteroid, NEO)


Observatory Drebach MPC 113 © by Bernhard Haeusler, Germany

Images of the Meeting of the German Minor Planet Group (Kleinplanetentagung) in Drebach 2010


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