A catalogue of the observations of the mutual phenomena of the Galilean satellites made in 1991 during the PHEMU91 campaign*
Bureau des longitudes, URA 707 du CNRS, 77 avenue Denfert-Rochereau, 75014 Paris, France
2 Observatoire de Belgrade, Yougoslavie
3 Observatorio Nacional, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
4 University of Western Sydney, Nepean, Sydney, Australia
5 Istituto di Astronomia, Catania, Italy
6 European Southern Observatory, La Silla, Chile
7 Reux, Belgique
8 Zoetermeer, The Netherlands
9 Osservatorio di Collurania, Teramo, Italy
10 GEA, Barcelona, Spain
11 Instituto Astrofisico di Canarias, Teneriffe, Spain
12 Observatoire de Bordeaux, France
13 Observatorul Astronomic Cluj, Cluj Napoca, Romania
14 Roseto degli Abruzzi, Teramo, Italy
15 Essen, Germany
16 Institutul Astronomic, Bucuresti, Romania
17 Astronomical Institute, Timisoara, Romania
18 Heuweiler, Germany
19 La Primaudière, France
20 Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur, France
21 Department of Physics, University of Alberta, Canada
22 Sendai-City, Myagi, Japan
23 Observatoire de Paris, France
24 Clichy, France
25 Hughes STX Corporation, Lanham Md, U.S.A.
26 ASL, Holtsville NY, U.S.A.
27 Astronomical Observatory, Berlin, Germany
28 Observatoire de Genève, Suisse
29 IAP, Paris, France
30 Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
31 CRL, Tokyo, Japan
32 Institute of Astronomy, Hawaii University, U.S.A.
33 Institute of Astrophysics, Bangalore, India
34 NEKAAL, Topeka, Kansas, U.S.A.
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Accepted: 14 January 1997
In this paper, all the light-curves obtained during the PHEMU91 campaign of observations of the mutual phenomena of the Galilean satellites are presented. These observations give accurate astrometric positions of major interest for dynamical studies of the motion of the Galilean satellites. The aim of this work is to give observational data directly usable for theoretical studies. We made 374 observations of 111 mutual events from 56 sites. The corresponding data are given in this paper. The accuracy of each observation has been deduced from a comparison with the theoretical predictions. For each observation, information is given about the telescope, the receptor, the site and the observational conditions.
Key words: Jupiter / Galilean satellites / occultations / astrometry
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