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ASTERIODAL OCCULTATION - REPORT FORM
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EAON & IOTA-ES
EUROPEAN ASTEROIDAL OCCULTATION NETWORK
INTERNATIONAL OCCULTATION TIMING ASSOCIATION
EUROPEAN SECTION
OCCULTATION REPORT FORM
1 DATE: 2006/09/19 STAR: TYC 1879-02151-1 ASTEROID: 144 Vibilia
2 OBSERVERS: Name: Jean CAQUEL
Abbr: CQU
Name: Gérard VAUDESCAL Abbr: VDC
3 OBSERVING STATION: Nearest city: VISKER
Station: Latitude: 43°08m40.4 N (GPS GARMIN 18)
Longitude: 00° 03m31.8 EST (GPS GARMIN 18)
Altitude: +488 m
Single, OR Double or Multiple station (Specify observer's name): Single station
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4 TIMING OF EVENTS | OCCULTATION RECORDED : POSITIVE
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Type of event +----------------------------------------------+
Start observation Interrupt-start Disappearance Blink Flash
End observation Jnterrupt-end Reappearance Other (specify)
(Personal Equation Substracted)
Event Time(T.U.) P. E. Acc.
code
HH:MM:SS.ss S.ss SS.ss
S01:31:03.765 D01:31:45.304
Occultation 6s.463
R01:31:51.767
E01:35:46.085 5 TELESCOPE Type: Newton
Aperture: 30.5 cm Magnification: Recorded field: horizontal: 20' vertical: 13'
Mount: Equatorial
Motor drive:
Yes
6 TIMING & RECORDING
Timekeeping:
GPS And EventAude
Mode of recording:
Drift-Scan
Device of recording:
camera Audine KAF 402 ME
7 OBSERVING CONDITIONS
Atmospheric transparency: Good/fair - Wind: No
Star image stability : Good/fair - Temperature: 15°
8 ADDITIONAL COMMENTS:
Drift-scan "bruité", it is our first occultation.
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