When I saw observations of the launch of the Soyuz rocket from the Sky Observatory, I had to see if it was visible in the all-sky camera of Tähtikallion. Well, it kind of showed. Somewhat infuriatingly, due to the position of the camera and sensor, part of the northern horizon is cut off from us.
From the launch, only the uppermost parts of the rocket are visible. They also appear to move from northeast to northwest within about 10 minutes.
Attached are three pictures and a short timelapse.
#raketti: Soyuz 2.1y
#satelliitti: Kosmos 2568
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