Visibility II / V
After all, this newly named asteroid had to be described as (6073) 1939 UB The Star Society here cools its orbit. In the low shallow southern sky in the constellation of Libra, it still stands out at dawn in the morning. During the hour-long exposure, it moved for about an arc of minutes and stands out as a streak in the pint image and a clear motion in the 60x60s animation.
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