Close-fast asteroid vs fast moving object like a satellite?
How does the software mark the difference between a close-fast #asteroid vs a fast moving object( #fmo ), and how can we mark them? The streak in image 4 of this set has a length that is 1/11th the distance to the bottom border, so it is within the 1/20 range for the previous exposure to be in the frame below this set. It is about 1/14 the height of the image along it's path, or ~256/~14=~18 pixels/~30 sec=roughly 3/5 pixel/sec (sorry, I misplaced the pixel to arc-second conversion)... seems slow for a satellite or meteor, but not too fast for a closer asteroid. Since it showed in only one image, I marked top as asteroid, and the bottom as artifact. Obviously we A-zoo'ers do not have the visibility to mark one like this in different frame sets, yet the computer should be able to correlate them.
It seems to me simply an artifact, I remember having seen other very similar