Jupiter Satellite Events, Sep 2013

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Jupiter Satellite Events, Sep 2013

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Jupiter satellite events (all times UT) :
(Filtered to include only those events where Jupiter is above the horizon and the Sun below -6°. Altitudes for approx 51°N 2°W )
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Satell  Event      Date/time       Alt  SunAlt

II : Sha start:   3 Sep 2013  1:03   6.0 -30.3
II : Tra start:   3 Sep 2013  3:17  26.2 -18.7
II : Sha end  :   3 Sep 2013  3:39  29.7 -15.9
I  : Ecl start:   4 Sep 2013  3:16  26.5 -19.1
I  : Sha start:   5 Sep 2013  0:35   3.1 -31.9
II : Occ end  :   5 Sep 2013  0:50   5.1 -31.5
I  : Tra start:   5 Sep 2013  1:42  12.5 -28.7
I  : Sha end  :   5 Sep 2013  2:49  22.8 -22.5
I  : Tra end  :   5 Sep 2013  3:56  33.3 -14.2
I  : Occ end  :   6 Sep 2013  1:08   8.1 -31.1
III: Ecl start:   8 Sep 2013  0:29   3.5 -33.1
III: Ecl end  :   8 Sep 2013  3:22  29.5 -19.4
IV : Tra start:   9 Sep 2013  1:51  15.8 -29.3
IV : Tra end  :   9 Sep 2013  4:38  41.8  -9.2
II : Sha start:  10 Sep 2013  3:39  33.1 -17.8
I  : Sha start:  12 Sep 2013  2:28  23.0 -26.9
II : Occ end  :  12 Sep 2013  3:32  33.0 -19.3
I  : Tra start:  12 Sep 2013  3:39  34.1 -18.4
I  : Sha end  :  12 Sep 2013  4:42  43.8  -9.4
I  : Occ end  :  13 Sep 2013  3:06  29.4 -22.9
I  : Tra end  :  14 Sep 2013  0:23   5.3 -35.5
III: Ecl start:  15 Sep 2013  4:28  43.2 -12.2
IV : Ecl end  :  17 Sep 2013  0:28   7.3 -36.5
III: Tra start:  18 Sep 2013 23:32   0.7 -37.2
II : Ecl start:  19 Sep 2013  1:08  14.1 -35.7
III: Tra end  :  19 Sep 2013  2:36  27.8 -28.2
I  : Sha start:  19 Sep 2013  4:22  44.2 -14.2
I  : Ecl start:  20 Sep 2013  1:33  18.4 -34.4
I  : Occ end  :  20 Sep 2013  5:03  50.4  -8.2
I  : Tra start:  21 Sep 2013  0:04   5.8 -38.3
II : Tra end  :  21 Sep 2013  0:45  11.7 -37.5
I  : Sha end  :  21 Sep 2013  1:04  14.5 -36.6
I  : Tra end  :  21 Sep 2013  2:19  26.1 -30.6
I  : Occ end  :  21 Sep 2013 23:32   1.9 -38.4
IV : Tra end  :  25 Sep 2013 23:55   6.9 -40.3
III: Sha end  :  26 Sep 2013  1:30  21.0 -36.7
III: Tra start:  26 Sep 2013  3:39  41.2 -22.2
II : Ecl start:  26 Sep 2013  3:41  41.5 -21.9
I  : Ecl start:  27 Sep 2013  3:26  39.7 -24.3
I  : Sha start:  28 Sep 2013  0:43  14.8 -40.2
II : Tra start:  28 Sep 2013  0:46  15.3 -40.0
II : Sha end  :  28 Sep 2013  0:47  15.5 -40.0
I  : Tra start:  28 Sep 2013  2:00  26.8 -34.8
I  : Sha end  :  28 Sep 2013  2:57  35.8 -28.4
II : Tra end  :  28 Sep 2013  3:27  40.4 -24.4
I  : Tra end  :  28 Sep 2013  4:14  47.3 -17.7
I  : Occ end  :  29 Sep 2013  1:28  22.3 -37.9
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Steve
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