NEO observations at I93

From times to times, I visit my friend Florent Losse at his I93 observatory in Saint Pardon de Conques to make Near Earth Object (NEO) observation and orbital measurements. Florent observes on a basis of 100 nights/year for NEO characterization. His website contains all his observations. The most recent are under the “I93 Activity” section.

Click on the links below to see the NEO observations we did together:
Aug. 2013
Nov. 2017


We also did some tourism:

NGC 7331

M57 – the Lyra Nebula (and the SN2013ev supernova, better seen here)

The Stefan Quintet

The Veil Nebula

Neptune and Triton







Uranus on Aug. 29, 2013, 00:32






And two days later at 01:02