Moonglow Observatory (Warrensburg, Missouri) All Sky Camera
Now you can have an All Sky Cam too, thanks to Moonglow Tech's new All Sky Cam!
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Date/Time: 04/18/19 8:17p Central, Sun: rise 6:33a, set 7:55p|
Outdoors: temp 54.7°F, hum 66% , dewp 43.6°F, solar 0 W/m²|
Rain: 0.25 in, year 8.20 in, Winds: N at 3.0 mph, 10min avg 1.0
Extremes: high 59.8°F, low 48.0°F; Peak winds: gust 14.0
Indoors: temp 77.3°F, hum 37% , Baro: 29.891 in|
Increasing clouds with little temperature change.
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Cloud camera notes:
- This special camera shows the entire sky, from horizon to horizon, day or night, in all weather rain or shine. North is at the top, east is at the left. The camera is currently located atop Moonglow Observatory (IAU observatory code H27). Later it will be mounted atop the Singmaster Educational Center roof, at the Charles Douglas Memorial Observatory, ICSTARS Ranch.
- This is a day/night color camera. On clear moonless nights the Milky Way is visible. Other astronomical objects like the Moon, planets, and zodiacal light are occasionally visible. Most streaks of light you see are airplanes, this camera catches meteors rarely.
- Image artifacts: During the daytime, intense sunlight will cause a bright vertical bar to appear atop the Sun.
- Technical details: Moonglow Technologies All Sky Cam, digitized by their ASC Uploader.
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