Visibility III / V
It was a bit too much adjustment for the evening at once. I watched the rocket launch at about 22:30 onwards, while the Vespera tube imaged the M86 mosaic, eVscope had two supernova alerts lined up, at At 23:00 the second supernova recording ended and I started a new one over a minute at 23, I checked again that the trees do not come in front of the observation and at the same time with the side eye if the rocket launch can still be seen, then I thought I would have time to send the report to the Seti Institute on the computer inside and quickly go back outside to see if the rocket could be seen. It wasn't visible, well I thought that the launch window was open until midnight. The next supernova report, when I went inside to do so, I noticed in the skywatch that the launch had already taken place, so of course the two minutes I was inside ..!! Well, what I learned from this is that you should adjust as many devices and observations as possible at the same time if you don't want to see a rocket launch. But here is this M86 mosaic.
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