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Exoplanet TOI 1811.01 - 19.3.2021 at 22.57 - 20.3.2021 at 02.26 Janakkala, Tervakoski Observation number 97475

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Petri Kuossari, Riihimäen tähtit. yhdistys

I was honored to be among the first people to observe the planet candidate TOI 1811.01 Thanks to the Seti Institute and Nasa. Here is my light curve for my observation. The Seti Institute combines the data from the observers and we get confirmed to Nasa for hot Jupiter. The hot planet Jupiter orbits its cool little star in less than 4 days.

There was a light cloud at first, but I relied on a weather forecast that promised a clear sky soon and decided to start observing. At one point my connection to the base station was lost and I had to restart eVscoop, I thought this was here, fortunately I didn’t give up, but I continued and got the findings completed with honor, and the data recovered and sent to the Seti Institute.



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  • Observation target
    • Exoplanet
  • Designation
    • TOI 1811.01
  • Constellation
    • Coma Berenices
  • Weather
    • Ei tuulta -12°Celsius

  • Darkness
    • Good
  • Seeing
    • Good
Technical information

eVscope Target: TOI 1811.01 Start / end of the observation: 22:57 to 02.26 Finland time Dark frames 22: 47-22: 49 and 02: 28-02: 30 Exposure time 3970 ms CAD 3970 Gain 25 RA 12h 35m 41s DEC +27 12 '52 "

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