2004 BL86 flyby

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Richard Miles

Further to what Nick has added, I have now received 23 reports from observers. Sky conditions in the UK did not lend themselves to photometry. Nick should have the best sequence but hopefully once he has measured his hundreds of frames I can add data from other observers. Roger Drew obtained a nice sequence as it skirted the edge of the open cluster Praesepe (Messier 44) in Cancer for instance – that occurred at around 5.00-6.00 am so it was a fine effort on his part to obtain high-quality data at that time. Soon to appear on the ARPS web pages …