PHEMU OF JUPITER

Data from software WinOccult (C)



                                                                            T1        T2        T3       Tmax       T5        T6        T7
Year  M  D  h  m  s  Event Type   Ph   Dur dMag  %Ill   Sep  PA  MinD     h  m  s   h  m  s   h  m  s   h  m  s   h  m  s   h  m  s   h  m  s

2011 NO PHENOMENA

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
MinD : 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

Phemu Saturn 2010
Phemu Uranus 2010
Phemu Saturn 2009
Phemu Uranus 2009