PHEMU 2008 OF SATURN

Data from software WinOccult (C)

Occultations and eclipses of its satellites



Year Mo Dy Hr Mn Sec  Event Type     Ph Durn dMag  %Ill   Sep  PA MinSep       T1        T2        T3       Tmax       T5        T6        T7
2008 10 29  3  9 49  (II) ecl (III)  P   907  0.1  92.5   1.8 233  .085      3  2 16   3  3 22             3  9 49             3 16 17   3 17 23
2008 11 07 22  3 58  (I) occ (II)    P   133  0.3  77.6  25.1  87  .027               22  2 51            22  3 58            22  5  4
2008 12 02 19 40 53  (III) occ (II)  T   492  0.2  81.9  32.4  85  .035               19 36 47  19 40  5  19 40 53  19 41 41  19 44 59
2008 12 08 23 50 59  (III) occ (II)  T   125  0.2  81.9  32.4 265  .000               23 49 57  23 50 37  23 50 59  23 51 21  23 52  1
2008 12 19  2 12 50  (IV) occ (V)    P   904  0.4  72.1  53.1 265  .064                2  5 18             2 12 50             2 20 21
2008 12 19  7 55 25  (II) occ (III)  P    85  0.2  82.6  27.9  85  .047                7 54 43             7 55 25             7 56  8
2008 12 19 14 48 16  (IV) occ (V)    P  1662  0.4  66.6   1.1 216  .041               14 34 25            14 48 16            15  2  7
2008 12 20 19 20 29  (I) occ (III)   P   106  0.1  92.3  28.1 265  .072               19 19 36            19 20 29            19 21 22
2008 12 22 16 38 25  (I) occ (III)   A   143  0.1  87.7  28.3 265  .014               16 37 14  16 37 53  16 38 25  16 38 56  16 39 36
2008 12 22 14 48 10  (II) occ (III)  A   250  0.2  81.9  36.0 265  .007               14 46  5  14 47 26  14 48 10  14 48 55  14 50 15
2008 12 23  3  5 11  (I) occ (II)    P   157  0.1  93.7  25.7  86  .052                3  3 52             3  5 11             3  6 30
2008 12 24 13 56 25  (I) occ (III)   A   136  0.1  87.7  28.4 265  .043               13 55 17  13 56  8  13 56 25  13 56 42  13 57 33
2008 12 24  2  1 10  (III) occ (II)  T   107  0.2  81.9  32.0 265  .039                2  0 17   2  1  2   2  1 10   2  1 18   2  2  3
2008 12 25 20  0 23  (V) occ (IV)    P   280  0.0  97.2  56.6  85  .174               19 58  3            20  0 23            20  2 43
2008 12 26 11 14 28  (I) occ (III)   P    68  0.0  98.5  28.5 265  .099               11 13 55            11 14 28            11 15  2
2008 12 28  9 52 28  (I) occ (V)     P   391  0.1  95.4  27.1 264  .104                9 49 13             9 52 28             9 55 43

Legend :

Date in the format year/month/day, a * an asterisk points out that the moons draw near but they don't hide itself
Event type : type of event, eclipse or occultation
Ph : phenomena, M=missed, E=penumbral eclipse, P=partial eclipse/occultation, T=total eclipse/occultation, A=annular eclipse/occultation
Durn : lenght in secons
dMag : fall of light in magnitude
%ill : change in illumination, in comparison to the whole illumination, of the remaining (occultation) moon or of both (eclipse)
Sep : distance in ░ between hide/eclipsed satellite and center of the planet
Pa : position angle between hide/eclipsed satellite and center of the planet
MinSep : least distance between the centers of the moons or between the moon and the shade
T1-T7 : beginning / end of the phase of contact with the penumbra
T2-T6 : beginning / end of the phase of contact with the shade or between the edges of the moons
T3-T5 : beginning / end of the phase of totality
Tmax : time of half event

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