Occultation of Saturn by the Moon

Observing Location: 15° 24' 00" East / 48° 48' 01" North

Start of Occultation:


21:01:31 UT


21:02:26 UT


21:03:12 UT

End of Occultation:


22:10:47 UT


22:11:16 UT


22:11:36 UT

 

 Date

2001-11-03

 Location

 Waldreichs, NÖ
Condition
+4°C, 85%RH

CCD/Film

SBIG ST-237A

 Exposure Time

0.05 seconds
Filters
Lumicon UHC + Baader Dark Blue (470nm)

 Optics

Optolyth 100/700mm APO

 effective F.L.

 700mm (f/7)
Mount
Losmandy G-11
Controller

Boxdörfer MTS3-SDI

Guiding
none


REMARK: To show both Saturn and the Moon at the same illumination level, it was neccessary to increase Saturn's luminance in Photoshop!

Original image:



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