Occultation of π Arietis by asteroid (828) Lindemannia on November 10 2002

Pedro V. Sada, Richard Nugent, Paul Maley, Rick Frankenberger, Steve Preston, David Dunham, W. Dean Pesnell

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Resumen

The occultation of the bright star π Arietis (HIP 13165) by the asteroid (828) Lindemannia was recorded by 10 observers in Texas on November 10, 2002. Clouds hampered many more potential observers. Nine disappearances, ten reappearances, and 2 near misses are reported. A least-squares fit to the data results in a 52.6 km × 50.8 km ellipse with the major axis oriented at a PA of 90.0o. However, deviations from a perfect ellipse were observed.
Idioma originalEnglish
Páginas (desde-hasta)9-12
PublicaciónOccultation Newsletter, International Occultation Timing Association (IOTA)
Volumen9
EstadoPublished - 1 may 2003

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Sada, Pedro V. ; Nugent, Richard ; Maley, Paul ; Frankenberger, Rick ; Preston, Steve ; Dunham, David ; Pesnell, W. Dean. / Occultation of π Arietis by asteroid (828) Lindemannia on November 10 2002. En: Occultation Newsletter, International Occultation Timing Association (IOTA). 2003 ; Vol. 9. pp. 9-12.
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Occultation of π Arietis by asteroid (828) Lindemannia on November 10 2002. / Sada, Pedro V.; Nugent, Richard; Maley, Paul; Frankenberger, Rick; Preston, Steve; Dunham, David; Pesnell, W. Dean.

En: Occultation Newsletter, International Occultation Timing Association (IOTA), Vol. 9, 01.05.2003, p. 9-12.

Resultado de la investigación

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