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Friday, 17 July 2015

[BAA-ebulletin 00866] Ephemeris for the Neptune bright Storm

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BAA electronic bulletin
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This e-bulletin follows on from the E-bulletin No 00865 concerning the discovery of a bright storm on Neptune
One of the co-discoverers, Ricardo Hueso has kindly provided an initial ephemeris for this storm via John S. Sussenbach.

The predicted ephemeris of CM longitude given below was generated via the WinJUPOS software.
Mike Foulkes Saturn Section Director


WinJUPOS 10.2.0 (Neptune), C.M. transit times, 2015/07/14
11:26 Object
longitude: L = 157.0° - 30.0000°/d * (T - 2015 Jul 12.5)
Time interval: 2015
Jul 12.0 ... 2015 Aug 02.0 Output format: Date UT (C.M. of
System 1)

2015 Jul 12   11:12 ( 158°)
2015 Jul 13   02:27 ( 139°)   17:43 ( 120°)
2015 Jul 14   08:58 ( 101°)
2015 Jul 15   00:13 (  82°)
2015 Jul 16   06:44 (  44°)   21:59 (  24°)
2015 Jul 17   13:14 (   5°)
2015 Jul 18   04:30 ( 346°)   19:45 ( 327°)
2015 Jul 19   11:00 ( 308°)
2015 Jul 20   02:16 ( 289°)   17:31 ( 270°)
2015 Jul 21   08:46 ( 251°)
2015 Jul 22   00:02 ( 232°)   15:17 ( 213°)
2015 Jul 23   06:32 ( 194°)   21:47 ( 175°)
2015 Jul 24   13:03 ( 156°)
2015 Jul 25   04:18 ( 137°)   19:33 ( 117°)
2015 Jul 26   10:49 (  99°)
2015 Jul 27   02:04 (  79°)   17:19 (  60°)
2015 Jul 28   08:35 ( 41°)   23:50 (  22°)
2015 Jul 29   15:05 (   3°)
2015 Jul 30   06:21 ( 344°)   21:36 ( 325°)
2015 Jul 31   12:51 ( 306°)
2015 Aug 01   19:22 ( 268°)
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