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Occultation of HIP 107302 by Jupiter
on the 3rd of August 2009

The occultation has been observed from many stations and observatories around the world! The star could be seen up to 20 minutes in the Jovian atmosphere, the movement of its position relative to the Jovian disk and the tremendous flickering due to structures in the atmosphere of Jupiter could be recorded. At first you can find a list of stations contributing to our campaign.

Overview of data sets, without visual observations and without those stations, where nearly no information is available now. Everybody, who has observed the event, please send in your full observation report. This is just for a first survey of observers stations and results, which later on may be the basis for data reduction. the best is, send you nomina report just as for asteroid occultation, but without filling in precise timing of dis- or reappearance, because this is only possible after careful data reduction.

Station, Observ

Observer

Telescope

wavelgth

Camera, Mode

Remark

Calar Alto, Spain

Eberle/Jesús Aceituno-Castro

2.2m

K-Band

Blackmagic, 3 fps

More than 33000 images!

Teide Observ, Canaries, Spain


1.5m

K-Band

CAIN3 

Phantastic performance!

successful

Sabadell, Spain

Casas, Maiorino

0.5m

890nm

CCD ST8, exp:0.5 , 0.33 fps

disappearance successful, reappearance clouded out

Ager, Spain

Ardanuy, Perello, Tomas, Fernandez

0.5m

890nm

Mintron

successful

Pico dos Diaz,

Brazil

Assafin, Ribas

0.6m

890nm

3 fps

successful

Pico dos Diaz,

Brazil

Assafin, Ribas

1.6m

890nm

1.25 fps

successful

IAS, Hakos, Namibia


0.5m

890nm

QHY6, 3 fps

Successful

IAS, Hakos, Namibia


0.4m

890nm

?

Successful

Tivoli, Namibia


0.4m

890nm

IOC

Successful

C. Hofmeister Obs, Namibia


0.35m

890nm

IOC (?)

Successful

Teramo, INAF, Central Italy

Beisker ...

0.72m

890nm

QHY6, 2 fps

clouded out

Malta, Malta


0.27m

?

DSI Col.

successful

Haltern, Germany


0.25m

?

Sony PC 100E  Camcorder

successful

Munich, VSW, Germany


0.8m

890nm

IOC

clouded out

Munich, VSW, Germany


0.4m

890nm

DSI3

clouded out

Munich, VSW, Germany


0.25m

890nm

Mintron, Video

clouded out

Munich, Trudering

Germany


0.2m

890nm

DSI-II

clouded out

Panker, Germany


0.35m

890nm

Mintron, Video

nearly clouded out, no data

Trebur T1T, Germany


1.2m

890nm

?

disappearance clouded out, reappearance disturbed by clouds

Berlin, Germany


0.25m

890nm

IOC, 0.5 fps

successful

Brück near Beelitz, Mobile station Germany


0.2m

890nm

WATEC Video, 2.56sec expotime

successful disappearance

Mahlsdorf, Germany


0.2m

blue filter

Watec 120N, Video

successful

Welzheim, Germany

Farago, Eberle

0.9m

890nm

Mintron 12V1C-EX

successful

Brittheim, Germany

Kowollik

0.8m

890nm

DMK 21AF04.AS

nearly clouded out, only 3 images

Brittheim, Germany

Kern

0.15m

>840nm

SK 1004-X

clouded out

Nonndorf, Austria

Dangl

0.25m

890nm

Watec120N, Video

clouded out

Elinnogermaniki Agogi Obs., near Athens

Greece


0.4m

890nm

"new"

Atik 16-HR CCD

successful

Keratea, near Athens, Greece



						

0.23m

890nm

"old"

QHY9 CCD

successful

Gerostathopouleion Obs., Athens, Greece


0.4m


890nm

"new"

SBIG ST-10 CCD


successful

Mt Parnwn, near Sparta, Greece


0.25m

Astrodon V Filter

SBIG ST-7 CCD


successful

Pic du Midi, France


1.05m

430nm, 860nm

?

successful

Tournefeuille, France

Delcroix , M

0.25m

890nm

SKYnyx 2-0M, 0.4s

successful

Bermuda, Bermuda

Dunham, McGonagle

0.35m

890nm

PC164C-EX2 and video

successful