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Russian remotely observatory ISON-NM

Russian remotely observatory ISON-NM Russian remotely observatory ISON-NM Russian remotely observatory ISON-NM Russian remotely observatory ISON-NM Russian remotely observatory ISON-NM

The observatory is maintained by its main observer Leonid Elenin, financially supported and managed by Igor Molotov (ISON coordinator).

Specification:

  Location:     Located in the state of New Mexico (USA), 32°54′12′′ N 105°31′42′′ E, altitude 2217 m  
  Minor planet center code (МРС):     H15
  Instruments:     40-cm telescope SANTEL-400 AN mounted on American firms mount Astro-Physics

The main discoveries:

C/2010 X1 (Elenin) – the first comet discovered by a Russian astronomer for the last 20 years.

Comet C/2010 X1 (Elenin)

C/2010 X1 (Elenin) C/2010 X1 (Elenin)

2011 QY37 – the first NEO discovered with help of our program and the second NEO discovered by ISON-NM observatory.

P/2011 NO1(Elenin) – the next comet discovered by Leonid Elenin on the ISON-NM observatory.

2013 TB80 – Near Earth asteroid.

Application of the present software substantially increased the number of observing asteroids and their observations. And in 2010 observatory entered the top-10 leading observatories for number of asteroids’ observations.

Russian Astronomical Observatory ISON-Kislovodsk

Russian Astronomical Observatory ISON-Kislovodsk Russian Astronomical Observatory ISON-Kislovodsk Russian Astronomical Observatory ISON-Kislovodsk

Specification:

  Location:     Russia, 20 km from Kislovodsk (Shadzhatmaz plateau), altitude 2100 m  
  Minor planet center code (МРС):     D00
  Instruments:     40-cm telescope Anatolii Sankovich design on form mount WSF240, field of view 105′ x 105′, 9.2-cm telescope GENON (VT-78)  

The main discoveries:

2012 RQ16 – Near Earth asteroid.

C/2012 S1 (ISON) – This comet was discovered on September 21, 2012, due to Vitaly Nevsky and Artem Novichenko.

P/2013 V3 (NEVSKI) – Comet was discovered by Vitaly Nevsky at night on the 6-7 of November, 2013.

Ussuriysk Astrophysical Observatory of FEB RAS (ISON-Ussuriysk)

Ussuriysk Astrophysical Observatory of FEB RAS (ISON-Ussuriysk) Ussuriysk Astrophysical Observatory of FEB RAS (ISON-Ussuriysk) Ussuriysk Astrophysical Observatory of FEB RAS (ISON-Ussuriysk)

Ussuriysk Astrophysical Observatory of FEB RAS created in 1953 (Sun Service Station) for regular observations of the Sun and solar activity.

Specification:

  Location:     Russia, Primorsky Krai, Ussuriysk region, Gornotayezhnoye village, 43°41′95′′ N, 132°09′95′′ E, altitude 275 m  
  Minor planet center code (МРС):     C15
  Instruments:     65-cm telescope SANTEL-650 on automated mount PMT-5. Field of view 130′ х 130′ on CCD camera FLI PL4301E chip 50 x 50 mm, size of the frame 3.08”/pix  

Andrushivka (Kiev) Astronomical Observatory (AAO)

Andrushivka (Kiev) Astronomical Observatory (AAO) Andrushivka (Kiev) Astronomical Observatory (AAO) Andrushivka (Kiev) Astronomical Observatory (AAO)

Private observatory. Owner, manager and main observer is Yurii Ivashchenko.

Specification:

  Location:     Ukraine, 170 km from Kyiv (47 km from Zhytomyr), 50°00’02.0” N, 28°59’50.3” E, altitude 240 m  
  Minor planet center code (МРС):     A50
  Instruments:     Telescope Zeiss-600: aperture 60 cm, CCD-camera FLI PL09000 (size of the frame in a single binning survey 1528 х 1528 pixels)