On May 24, at 02:30 UTC, the company SpaceX made the first launch of 60 satellites Starlink, a large global satellite network of SpaceX.
Yesterday because of clouds it was impossible for me to visualize it, today I was able to visualize it through 10x50 binocular and capture this video.
I recommend viewing in a dark room and at 720p resolution. I get to count about 40 units, are a few that fall below the sensitivity threshold, and some are displayed in a very close apparent position.
TS 60/360 ED
Camera ZWO 183MM BIN 4 Filter L.
There is no tracking, fixed camera.
The view through the 10x50 binoculars has been incredible, this is very close to what was seen, the line of satellites covered 90% of the field. It is very worth seeing with binoculars.
----I used the image of the user t_image to compose this view through 10x50 binoculars ----
To follow it I leave this web: https://www.n2yo.com...ellite/?s=74001
And the provisional TLEs:
1 74001U 19644A 19144.95562291 .00000000 00000-0 50000-4 0 06
2 74001 53.0084 171.3414 0001000 0.0000 72.1720 15.40507866 07
Edited by vilchez, 26 May 2019 - 12:39 AM.