Wide and Fast: Monitoring the Sky in Subsecond Domain with the FAVOR and TORTORA Cameras
Example of a short flare detected by the FAVOR camera. The total length of the event is 0.4 seconds (seen on 3 successive frames), and the object motion speed is too low to be detected. This is identified as a satellite event by checking the database of satellite orbital parameters.
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