JPL observatory coordinates

http://www.legacysurvey.org/viewer?ra=195.5340&dec=-3.0973&zoom=15&layer=decals-dr5

Is it me (and others from Galaxy Zoo) or is the automated JPL query using the wrong coordinates for observatory location?

For this object I get the search (observatory) coordinates 70°48’53.6’‘E, 30°09’57.8’'S, 2215 m

For coordinates for the Cerro Tololo-DECam site I get the coordinates 289°11’36.9’‘E, 30°10’10.5’'S, 2202.7 m

Hmm, added up they make 360 degrees, perhaps should be 70 degr. West?

Good catch!! Fixed.
–dstn

Thanks! Unsure if this makes a big difference for catching known asteroids but I do believe in at least 1 case was given ‘no object’ but with fixed coordinates did get a hit.