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Image taken by: Herbert Raab
Date: 04 Mar 2005
Time: 20h40m UT
Location: Linz, Austria
Exposure duration: 0.04 seconds / frame
Telescope: 50 cm f/10 Cassegrain
Pointing position: 06h 01.9m, +17° 52'
Field of view: 7.5' x 5.5'
Estimated magnitude: ~10.5mag
Distance to Earth: 9.570 km
Note: Although the time between the first and the last of these videos is less than three minutes, Rosetta's apparent speed increased significantly in that time: While Rosetta crosses the field in the first video sequence in about 3.1 seconds, it takes only 2.6 seconds to do so in the second, indicating an acceleration of about +20% in the apparent speed of the spacecraft.
Other info: An animation can be seen here.