New Archival Search Images

A quick note to announce new archival search images on the site. We’re gotten through about two thirds of the processed Suprime-Cam images from  9,850 exposures (or 9,850 exposures  x 10 chips on Suprime-cam = 98,500 FITs files!) from the date between 2007 Jan to 2013 Feb.  These are observations where the exposure time is less than 60 seconds. With more data, there’s new asteroids to search, giving new opportunities to find the elusive main belt comet. If you don’t find a main belt comet, your classifications will help us put limits on the frequency of these types of outbursts in the asteroid’s main belt, which is still important. Dive in today at http://www.comethunters.org

 

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