OCCULTATIONS OF PLEIADES 26 June 2009

Conditions of visibility and various information, data elaborated with WinOccult (C)



Occultation of Electra    537SB6   Magnitude 3.7
Date 2009 Jun 20

Moon: % illumination = 7-,  Solar elongation = 30░

Disappearance
                                 U.T.  Sun Moon     CA  PA  WA   a    b
Location                       h  m  s Alt Alt Az    o   o   o  m/o  m/o

US Hilo Hi                    14 24 33     11  68 -70N  64  78 -0.2 +1.2
US Honolulu Hi                14 27 19     10  68 -62N  56  70 -0.3 +1.3
US Kahului Hi                 14 26 18     11  68 -65N  59  73 -0.3 +1.3
US Kamuela Hi                 14 25  0     11  68 -68N  63  76 -0.2 +1.2
US Kaneohe Bay Hi             14 27 26     10  68 -62N  56  69 -0.3 +1.3
US Kona Hi                    14 24 49     10  68 -69N  63  76 -0.2 +1.2
US Lahania-Kapalua Hi         14 26 28     11  68 -65N  59  72 -0.3 +1.3
US Lanai Hi                   14 26 18     10  68 -65N  59  72 -0.3 +1.3


Reappearance

                                 U.T.  Sun Moon     CA  PA  WA   a    b
Location                       h  m  s Alt Alt Az    o   o   o  m/o  m/o

KI Kiritimati                 14 55 12      9  66  28S 203 217 -0.8 +2.2
US Honolulu Hi                15 20 11  -7 21  71  89S 264 277 +0.4 +0.8
US Kahului Hi                 15 20 20  -6 23  72  86S 260 274 +0.4 +0.9
US Kamuela Hi                 15 19 41  -6 23  71  82S 257 270 +0.3 +1.0
US Kaneohe Bay Hi             15 20 21  -7 22  71  89S 264 277 +0.4 +0.8
US Kona Hi                    15 19 20  -7 22  71  82S 256 270 +0.3 +1.0
US Lahania-Kapalua Hi         15 20 19  -6 22  72  86S 261 274 +0.4 +0.9
US Lanai Hi                   15 20  2  -7 22  71  86S 261 274 +0.4 +0.9


Sun Alt the altitude of the sun. The field is blank if the sun is lower than -12 deg. (Nautical twilight)
Moon Alt the altitude of the moon
Moon Az the azimuth of the moon
CA Cusp Angle - the angle of the event around the limb of the moon, measured from the nearest cusp. -'ve values indicate a bright limb event. The cusps are usually N (north) or S (south), but near full moon can be E (East) or W (west).

If a lunar eclipse is in progress, CA gives is the % distance from the centre of the umbra, and is followed by a 'U'. Values up to 103% are possible. Where an event occurs more than 103% of the umbral radius, the usual Cusp Angle value is displayed.
PA Position Angle - the angle of the event around the limb of the moon, measured from true north
VA Vertex Angle - the angle of the event around the limb of the moon measured anticlockwise from the vertex of the lunar limb - i.e. the point on the limb highest from the horizon
A coefficient for correcting the prediction for changes in site location. The units are minutes of time per degree (or seconds of time per minute of arc). The correction to the prediction for a change in site, in seconds of time, is found by multiplying A by the change in site longitude (+'ve for changes towards the East) from the prediction site.
B same as for A, but for changes in latitude (+'ve to the north).


Data generated with software WinOccult (C)



Occultation of Taygeta     539SB6   Magnitude 4.3
Date 2009 Jun 20

Moon: % illumination = 7-,  Solar elongation = 30░░

Disappearance

                                 U.T.  Sun Moon     CA  PA  WA   a    b
Location                       h  m  s Alt Alt Az    o   o   o  m/o  m/o

PF Fakarava                   14 41  2      8  61 -36S 139 153 +2.7 -4.6
PF Hiva-Oa                    14 36 23     16  61 -54S 121 135 +1.7 -1.9
PF Manihi                     14 35  9      7  62 -49S 126 139 +1.5 -2.4
PF Napuka Island              14 45 48     14  60 -30S 145 159 +4.7 -7.5
PF Nuku Hiva                  14 33  3     15  62 -62S 113 127 +1.3 -1.3
PF Rangiroa                   14 34  8      6  63 -51S 124 138 +1.3 -2.2
PF Takapoto                   14 37 11      8  62 -45S 130 144 +1.8 -2.9
PF Takaroa                    14 36 51      9  62 -46S 129 143 +1.8 -2.8


Reappearance
                                 U.T.  Sun Moon     CA  PA  WA   a    b
Location                       h  m  s Alt Alt Az    o   o   o  m/o  m/o

CK Aitutaki                   15  8 43      1  64  29S 204 218 -0.7 +1.6
KI Kiritimati                 15 21 48     15  65  84N 271 285 +0.6 +0.0
PF Bora Bora                  15  6 59      8  61  21S 196 210 -0.9 +2.2
PF Fakarava                   15  0  0     12  60   1S 177 190 -2.3 +5.0
PF Huahine Island             15  5 44      9  61  17S 193 206 -1.0 +2.5
PF Manihi                     15  6 37     14  60  15S 190 204 -1.1 +2.8
PF Mataiva                    15  7 58     12  60  21S 196 209 -0.8 +2.3
PF Maupiti                    15  7 24      8  61  22S 198 211 -0.8 +2.1
PF Moorea                     15  1 49      8  61   8S 183 197 -1.6 +3.6
PF Napuka Island              14 58 49     17  59  -6S 170 183 -4.0 +8.1
PF Raiatea Island             15  6  6      8  61  19S 194 207 -1.0 +2.4
PF Rangiroa                   15  6 48     13  60  17S 192 206 -1.0 +2.6
PF Takapoto                   15  4 47     14  59  10S 186 199 -1.4 +3.4
PF Takaroa                    15  5 19     15  59  11S 187 200 -1.3 +3.3
PF Tikehau                    15  6 55     12  60  18S 193 207 -0.9 +2.5



Sun Alt the altitude of the sun. The field is blank if the sun is lower than -12 deg. (Nautical twilight)
Moon Alt the altitude of the moon
Moon Az the azimuth of the moon
CA Cusp Angle - the angle of the event around the limb of the moon, measured from the nearest cusp. -'ve values indicate a bright limb event. The cusps are usually N (north) or S (south), but near full moon can be E (East) or W (west).

If a lunar eclipse is in progress, CA gives is the % distance from the centre of the umbra, and is followed by a 'U'. Values up to 103% are possible. Where an event occurs more than 103% of the umbral radius, the usual Cusp Angle value is displayed.
PA Position Angle - the angle of the event around the limb of the moon, measured from true north
VA Vertex Angle - the angle of the event around the limb of the moon measured anticlockwise from the vertex of the lunar limb - i.e. the point on the limb highest from the horizon
A coefficient for correcting the prediction for changes in site location. The units are minutes of time per degree (or seconds of time per minute of arc). The correction to the prediction for a change in site, in seconds of time, is found by multiplying A by the change in site longitude (+'ve for changes towards the East) from the prediction site.
B same as for A, but for changes in latitude (+'ve to the north).


Data generated with software WinOccult (C)



Occultation of Maia     541cB8   Magnitude 3.9
Date 2009 Jun 20

Moon: % illumination = 7-,  Solar elongation = 30░░

Disappearance

                                 U.T.  Sun Moon     CA  PA  WA   a    b
Location                       h  m  s Alt Alt Az    o   o   o  m/o  m/o

KI Kiritimati                 14 38 38      5  66 -82N  77  90 +0.0 +0.4
US Hilo Hi                    15  1  0 -10 19  70 -32N  26  39 -0.6 +2.3
US Honolulu Hi                15  7 35 -10 18  70 -18N  13  26 -1.1 +3.0
US Kahului Hi                 15  4 59  -9 19  70 -24N  18  32 -0.8 +2.7
US Kamuela Hi                 15  2  4 -10 19  70 -29N  24  37 -0.7 +2.4
US Kaneohe Bay Hi             15  7 49 -10 19  70 -18N  12  26 -1.1 +3.1
US Kona Hi                    15  1 42 -10 18  70 -29N  24  37 -0.7 +2.4
US Lahania-Kapalua Hi         15  5 22 -10 19  70 -23N  17  31 -0.9 +2.7
US Lanai Hi                   15  5  7 -10 19  70 -23N  17  31 -0.9 +2.7


Reappearance

                                 U.T.  Sun Moon     CA  PA  WA   a    b
Location                       h  m  s Alt Alt Az    o   o   o  m/o  m/o

KI Kiritimati                 15 33 55     18  65  65S 241 254 +0.2 +0.9



Sun Alt the altitude of the sun. The field is blank if the sun is lower than -12 deg. (Nautical twilight)
Moon Alt the altitude of the moon
Moon Az the azimuth of the moon
CA Cusp Angle - the angle of the event around the limb of the moon, measured from the nearest cusp. -'ve values indicate a bright limb event. The cusps are usually N (north) or S (south), but near full moon can be E (East) or W (west).

If a lunar eclipse is in progress, CA gives is the % distance from the centre of the umbra, and is followed by a 'U'. Values up to 103% are possible. Where an event occurs more than 103% of the umbral radius, the usual Cusp Angle value is displayed.
PA Position Angle - the angle of the event around the limb of the moon, measured from true north
VA Vertex Angle - the angle of the event around the limb of the moon measured anticlockwise from the vertex of the lunar limb - i.e. the point on the limb highest from the horizon
A coefficient for correcting the prediction for changes in site location. The units are minutes of time per degree (or seconds of time per minute of arc). The correction to the prediction for a change in site, in seconds of time, is found by multiplying A by the change in site longitude (+'ve for changes towards the East) from the prediction site.
B same as for A, but for changes in latitude (+'ve to the north).


Data generated with software WinOccult (C)



Occultation of Merope     545 B6   Magnitude 4.1
Date 2009 Jun 20

Moon: % illumination = 7-,  Solar elongation = 30░░

Disappearance

                                 U.T.  Sun Moon     CA  PA  WA   a    b
Location                       h  m  s Alt Alt Az    o   o   o  m/o  m/o

US Hilo Hi                    15  4 19  -9 20  71 -42S 132 146 +1.6 -1.4
US Honolulu Hi                14 59 57 -11 17  70 -57S 117 131 +0.8 -0.2
US Kahului Hi                 15  1 29 -10 18  71 -52S 123 136 +1.0 -0.5
US Kamuela Hi                 15  3  2 -10 19  71 -46S 129 142 +1.4 -1.0
US Kaneohe Bay Hi             15  0  3 -11 17  70 -57S 117 131 +0.8 -0.2
US Kona Hi                    15  2 51 -10 18  70 -45S 129 142 +1.4 -1.1
US Lahania-Kapalua Hi         15  1 13 -10 18  70 -53S 122 135 +1.0 -0.5
US Lanai Hi                   15  1  0 -11 17  70 -53S 122 135 +1.0 -0.5


Reappearance
                                 U.T.  Sun Moon     CA  PA  WA   a    b
Location                       h  m  s Alt Alt Az    o   o   o  m/o  m/o

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Sun Alt the altitude of the sun. The field is blank if the sun is lower than -12 deg. (Nautical twilight)
Moon Alt the altitude of the moon
Moon Az the azimuth of the moon
CA Cusp Angle - the angle of the event around the limb of the moon, measured from the nearest cusp. -'ve values indicate a bright limb event. The cusps are usually N (north) or S (south), but near full moon can be E (East) or W (west).

If a lunar eclipse is in progress, CA gives is the % distance from the centre of the umbra, and is followed by a 'U'. Values up to 103% are possible. Where an event occurs more than 103% of the umbral radius, the usual Cusp Angle value is displayed.
PA Position Angle - the angle of the event around the limb of the moon, measured from true north
VA Vertex Angle - the angle of the event around the limb of the moon measured anticlockwise from the vertex of the lunar limb - i.e. the point on the limb highest from the horizon
A coefficient for correcting the prediction for changes in site location. The units are minutes of time per degree (or seconds of time per minute of arc). The correction to the prediction for a change in site, in seconds of time, is found by multiplying A by the change in site longitude (+'ve for changes towards the East) from the prediction site.
B same as for A, but for changes in latitude (+'ve to the north).


Data generated with software WinOccult (C)



Occultation of Alcyone    552SB7   Magnitude 2.9
Date 2009 Jun 20

Moon: % illumination = 7-,  Solar elongation = 30░░


Disappearance
                                 U.T.  Sun Moon     CA  PA  WA   a    b
Location                       h  m  s Alt Alt Az    o   o   o  m/o  m/o

Honolulu Hi                15 26 13  -6 22  72 -72S 103 116 +0.7 +0.3


Reappearance
                                 U.T.  Sun Moon     CA  PA  WA   a    b
Location                       h  m  s Alt Alt Az    o   o   o  m/o  m/o

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Sun Alt the altitude of the sun. The field is blank if the sun is lower than -12 deg. (Nautical twilight)
Moon Alt the altitude of the moon
Moon Az the azimuth of the moon
CA Cusp Angle - the angle of the event around the limb of the moon, measured from the nearest cusp. -'ve values indicate a bright limb event. The cusps are usually N (north) or S (south), but near full moon can be E (East) or W (west).

If a lunar eclipse is in progress, CA gives is the % distance from the centre of the umbra, and is followed by a 'U'. Values up to 103% are possible. Where an event occurs more than 103% of the umbral radius, the usual Cusp Angle value is displayed.
PA Position Angle - the angle of the event around the limb of the moon, measured from true north
VA Vertex Angle - the angle of the event around the limb of the moon measured anticlockwise from the vertex of the lunar limb - i.e. the point on the limb highest from the horizon
A coefficient for correcting the prediction for changes in site location. The units are minutes of time per degree (or seconds of time per minute of arc). The correction to the prediction for a change in site, in seconds of time, is found by multiplying A by the change in site longitude (+'ve for changes towards the East) from the prediction site.
B same as for A, but for changes in latitude (+'ve to the north).


Data generated with software WinOccult (C)



Occultation of Atlas     560cB8   Magnitude 3.6
Date 2009 Jun 20

Moon: % illumination = 7-,  Solar elongation = 30░░

Disappearance
                                 U.T.  Sun Moon     CA  PA  WA   a    b
Location                       h  m  s Alt Alt Az    o   o   o  m/o  m/o

RU Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk          16 55 16      4  58 -10N   4  17 -1.3 +2.7


Reappearance
                                 U.T.  Sun Moon     CA  PA  WA   a    b
Location                       h  m  s Alt Alt Az    o   o   o  m/o  m/o

JP Akita                      17  9 58      1  59  46N 308 321 -0.1 +0.2
JP Aomori                     17 10 11      2  59  43N 311 324 +0.0 +0.2
JP Asahikawa                  17 10 42      4  60  38N 316 330 +0.2 +0.1
JP Chitose                    17 10 30      3  60  39N 315 328 +0.1 +0.1
JP Hachinoe                   17 10  9      2  60  45N 309 322 +0.0 +0.2
JP Hakodate                   17 10 19      2  59  41N 313 327 +0.0 +0.1
JP Hanamaki                   17  9 51      1  59  48N 307 320 -0.1 +0.3
JP Matsushima                 17  9 36      1  59  50N 304 317 -0.1 +0.3
JP Memanbetsu                 17 11  0      5  62  40N 314 327 +0.2 +0.2
JP Minami Tori Shima          16 57 31      1  64  82S 257 270 -0.4 +0.9
JP Misawa                     17 10 11      2  59  45N 310 323 +0.0 +0.2
JP Monbetsu                   17 10 58      5  61  38N 317 330 +0.2 +0.1
JP Nakashibetsu               17 11  5      6  62  42N 312 325 +0.1 +0.3
JP Obihiro                    17 10 39      4  61  42N 313 326 +0.1 +0.2
JP Rishiri Island             17 10 32      4  60  30N 324 337 +0.3 -0.2
JP Sapporo                    17 10 30      3  60  39N 315 328 +0.1 +0.1
JP Sendai                     17  9 33      0  59  51N 304 317 -0.1 +0.3
JP Tokachi                    17 10 41      4  61  41N 313 326 +0.1 +0.2
JP Wakkanai                   17 10 39      5  60  31N 323 336 +0.3 -0.1
JP Yamagata                   17  9 42      0  59  49N 305 318 -0.1 +0.3
RU Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk          17 10 46 -11  6  61  28N 327 340 +0.5 -0.3


Sun Alt the altitude of the sun. The field is blank if the sun is lower than -12 deg. (Nautical twilight)
Moon Alt the altitude of the moon
Moon Az the azimuth of the moon
CA Cusp Angle - the angle of the event around the limb of the moon, measured from the nearest cusp. -'ve values indicate a bright limb event. The cusps are usually N (north) or S (south), but near full moon can be E (East) or W (west).

If a lunar eclipse is in progress, CA gives is the % distance from the centre of the umbra, and is followed by a 'U'. Values up to 103% are possible. Where an event occurs more than 103% of the umbral radius, the usual Cusp Angle value is displayed.
PA Position Angle - the angle of the event around the limb of the moon, measured from true north
VA Vertex Angle - the angle of the event around the limb of the moon measured anticlockwise from the vertex of the lunar limb - i.e. the point on the limb highest from the horizon
A coefficient for correcting the prediction for changes in site location. The units are minutes of time per degree (or seconds of time per minute of arc). The correction to the prediction for a change in site, in seconds of time, is found by multiplying A by the change in site longitude (+'ve for changes towards the East) from the prediction site.
B same as for A, but for changes in latitude (+'ve to the north).


Data generated with software WinOccult (C)