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Detected NEO Lunar Impact Event

ID: 20170916_022624
Moon Position (Topocentric)
Airmass: 2.20
Altitude (deg): 26.8
Azimuth (deg): 271.9
Event Data
UT Date (DD/MM/YYYY): 16/09/2017
UT Time: 02:26:24.933
R (mag): 8.5 ± 0.0
I (mag): 7.0 ± 0.0
Lunar Long (deg): 52.5
Lunar Lat (deg): 24.7
Duration (sec): 0.231
Additional Information
Number of Cameras: 2
Finderchart (I)
Flash in R Flash in I
Media Size: 118 MB

Comments: The magnitude in I is rough estimation, because the detection is at the edge of the image.