Visibility III / V
The 1149 Volga (1929 PF) asteroid was photographed on the first night of the Stormbongar incident and extra help. The asteroid came into the picture when we photographed the 1534 Nasi asteroid. Main zone outer edge of the asteroid astronomy professor läysi Russian Evgenij Fëdorovic Skvorcov (Evgeny Fyodorovich Skvorcov) Crimea Crimea-Simeis (094) Observatory on August 1, 1929. Skvorcov has found a total of 3 asteroids, source Wikipedia (Italian :() https://it.wikipedia.org / wiki / Evgenij_Fëdorovič_Skvorcov The asteroid is named after the largest river in Europe, the Volga, with a length of 3685 km and a catchment area of 1.35 million square kilometers, an average flow of 8060 cubic meters / second, from Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki The Volga can be explored in Yle-Areena by Ville Haapasalo's Volga in 30 days in a video, https://areena.yle.fi/1-3822179 . primitive P type and Pan-STARRS carbon C type, source Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1149_Volga . 3m28.78s + 24d22'08.6 "16.0mag Std Dev 850.149, JPL Horizon 23: 40: 14UT 06h33m28.65s + 24d22'10.3" 15.88mag.
2Picture. last image measured, 23: 59: 00UT 2458754.49930JDUT 06h33m29.69s + 24d22'06.9 "16.2mag Std Dev 496.558, JPL Horizon 23: 59: 00UT 06h33m29.40s + 24d22'07.8" 15.88mag.
3Picture. sum view of the stack, motion is shown. Asteroids pictured, 1534 Nasi 16.20mag bright star on top of the motion shown, no other asteroids less than 19.4mag. TYC 1884-1576-1 v.12.54mag stars used to calibrate the brightness measurement.