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5 January 2022 at 5:20 pm #585084
Dr Paul Leyland
What a shame.
KK Tel at a declination of -52.3 degrees rises above my physical horizon (or so I believe, as I’m not sure what the physical horizon is any more) but is too far south for the design of the mount which limits me to a declination of -47.5 degrees. V877 Ara at -65.5 is much too far south.
PU CMa is no problem. I already monitor HL CMa.
Even if KK Tel was accessible it would be so low that precision photometry would be exceedingly difficult. The best I could do is pick up and announce an outburst.
Oh well. If you find any others north of -47, please let me know by posting here.