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META TOPICPARENT name="Eng_080518"
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Ephemeris / WWW_USER Sat May 17 19:17:45 2008  Pasadena, USA     / Horizons    
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Target body name: Titan (606)                     {source: SAT286xl}
Center body name: Earth (399)                     {source: DE405}
Center-site name: Palomar Mountain
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Start time      : A.D. 2008-May-19 00:00:00.0000 UT      
Stop  time      : A.D. 2008-May-20 00:00:00.0000 UT      
Step-size       : 60 minutes
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Target pole/equ : IAU_TITAN                       {East-longitude -}
Target radii    : 2575.0 x 2575.0 x 2575.0 km     {Equator, meridian, pole}    
Center geodetic : 243.136000,33.3560505,1.7147303 {E-lon(deg),Lat(deg),Alt(km)}
Center cylindric: 243.136000,5334.30103,3487.9492 {E-lon(deg),Dxy(km),Dz(km)}
Center pole/equ : High-precision EOP model        {East-longitude +}
Center radii    : 6378.1 x 6378.1 x 6356.8 km     {Equator, meridian, pole}    
Target primary  : Saturn                          {source: DE405}
Interfering body: MOON (Req= 1737.400) km         {source: DE405}
Deflecting body : Sun, EARTH                      {source: DE405}
Deflecting GMs  : 1.3271E+11, 3.9860E+05 km^3/s^2                              
Atmos refraction: NO (AIRLESS)
RA format       : HMS
Time format     : CAL 
EOP file        : eop.080516.p080807                                           
EOP coverage    : DATA-BASED 1962-JAN-20 TO 2008-MAY-16. PREDICTS-> 2008-AUG-06
Units conversion: 1 AU= 149597870.691 km, c= 299792.458 km/s, 1 day= 86400.0 s 
Table cut-offs 1: Elevation (-90.0deg=NO ),Airmass (>38.000=NO), Daylight (NO )
Table cut-offs 2: Solar Elongation (  0.0,180.0=NO )                           
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 Date__(UT)__HR:MN     R.A._(ICRF/J2000.0)_DEC a-mass  APmag  S-brt Ang-diam Ob-lon Ob-lat
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$$SOE
 2008-May-19 00:00 *   10 17 35.96 +12 28 34.8  1.262   8.46   7.64     .772 316.22  -9.56
 2008-May-19 01:00 *   10 17 36.36 +12 28 33.0  1.125   8.46   7.64     .772 317.15  -9.56
 2008-May-19 02:00 *m  10 17 36.76 +12 28 31.1  1.073   8.46   7.64     .772 318.09  -9.56
 2008-May-19 03:00 Cm  10 17 37.17 +12 28 29.3  1.087   8.46   7.64     .772 319.03  -9.56
 2008-May-19 04:00 Am  10 17 37.57 +12 28 27.4  1.172   8.46   7.64     .772 319.97  -9.56
 2008-May-19 05:00  m  10 17 37.99 +12 28 25.5  1.358   8.46   7.64     .772 320.91  -9.56
 2008-May-19 06:00  m  10 17 38.40 +12 28 23.7  1.732   8.46   7.64     .772 321.85  -9.56
 2008-May-19 07:00  m  10 17 38.83 +12 28 21.8  2.580   8.46   7.64     .772 322.79  -9.56
 2008-May-19 08:00  m  10 17 39.26 +12 28 19.9  5.481   8.46   7.64     .772 323.73  -9.55
 2008-May-19 09:00  m  10 17 39.69 +12 28 18.0   n.a.   8.46   7.64     .772 324.67  -9.55
 2008-May-19 10:00  m  10 17 40.13 +12 28 16.2   n.a.   8.46   7.64     .772 325.61  -9.55
 2008-May-19 11:00  m  10 17 40.58 +12 28 14.3   n.a.   8.46   7.64     .772 326.54  -9.55
 2008-May-19 12:00 Nm  10 17 41.03 +12 28 12.5   n.a.   8.46   7.64     .772 327.48  -9.55
 2008-May-19 13:00 *   10 17 41.48 +12 28 10.7   n.a.   8.46   7.64     .772 328.42  -9.55
 2008-May-19 14:00 *   10 17 41.94 +12 28 08.9   n.a.   8.46   7.64     .772 329.36  -9.55
 2008-May-19 15:00 *   10 17 42.40 +12 28 07.1   n.a.   8.46   7.64     .771 330.30  -9.55
 2008-May-19 16:00 *   10 17 42.86 +12 28 05.3   n.a.   8.47   7.64     .771 331.24  -9.55
 2008-May-19 17:00 *   10 17 43.33 +12 28 03.5   n.a.   8.47   7.64     .771 332.18  -9.55
 2008-May-19 18:00 *   10 17 43.79 +12 28 01.8   n.a.   8.47   7.64     .771 333.12  -9.55
 2008-May-19 19:00 *   10 17 44.25 +12 28 00.1   n.a.   8.47   7.64     .771 334.05  -9.55
 2008-May-19 20:00 *   10 17 44.71 +12 27 58.4 12.133   8.47   7.64     .771 334.99  -9.55
 2008-May-19 21:00 *   10 17 45.17 +12 27 56.6  3.512   8.47   7.64     .771 335.93  -9.55
 2008-May-19 22:00 *   10 17 45.62 +12 27 54.9  2.064   8.47   7.64     .771 336.87  -9.55
 2008-May-19 23:00 *   10 17 46.07 +12 27 53.2  1.514   8.47   7.64     .771 337.81  -9.54
 2008-May-20 00:00 *   10 17 46.53 +12 27 51.5  1.250   8.47   7.64     .771 338.75  -9.54
$$EOE
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Column meaning:
 
TIME

  Prior to 1962, times are UT1. Dates thereafter are UTC. Any 'b' symbol in
the 1st-column denotes a B.C. date. First-column blank (" ") denotes an A.D.
date. Calendar dates prior to 1582-Oct-15 are in the Julian calendar system.
Later calendar dates are in the Gregorian system.

  The uniform Coordinate Time scale is used internally. Conversion between
CT and the selected non-uniform UT output scale has not been determined for
UTC times after the next July or January 1st.  The last known leap-second
is used over any future interval.

  NOTE: "n.a." in output means quantity "not available" at the print-time.
 
SOLAR PRESENCE (OBSERVING SITE)
  Time tag is followed by a blank, then a solar-presence symbol:

        '*'  Daylight (refracted solar upper-limb on or above apparent horizon)
        'C'  Civil twilight/dawn
        'N'  Nautical twilight/dawn
        'A'  Astronomical twilight/dawn
        ' '  Night OR geocentric ephemeris

LUNAR PRESENCE (OBSERVING SITE)
  The solar-presence symbol is immediately followed by a lunar-presence symbol:

        'm'  Refracted upper-limb of Moon on or above apparent horizon
        ' '  Refracted upper-limb of Moon below apparent horizon OR geocentric
             ephemeris
 
 R.A._(ICRF/J2000.0)_DEC =
   J2000.0 astrometric right ascension and declination of target center.
Corrected for light-time. Units: HMS (HH MM SS.ff) and DMS (DD MM SS.f)
 
 a-mass =
   Relative optical airmass at target center point. Topocentric EARTH sites,
ABOVE HORIZON ONLY.  Unitless.
 
 APmag S-brt =
   Target's approximate apparent visual magnitude & surface brightness. For
planets and satellites, values are available only for solar phase angles in the
range generally visible from Earth. This is to avoid extrapolation of models
beyond their valid (data-based) limits.  Units: NONE & VISUAL MAGNITUDES PER
SQUARE ARCSECOND
 
 Ang-diam =
   The equatorial angular width of the target body full disk, if it were
fully visible to the observer.  Units: ARCSECONDS
 
 Ob-lon Ob-lat =
   Apparent planetographic ("geodetic") longitude and latitude (IAU2000 model)
of the center of the target disk seen by the OBSERVER at print-time. Light
travel-time from target to observer is taken into account. Latitude is the
angle between the equatorial plane and the line perpendicular to the reference
ellipsoid of the body (e.g., reflects body oblateness). Positive longitude
is to the west.  Units: DEGREES


 Computations by ...
     Solar System Dynamics Group, Horizons On-Line Ephemeris System
     4800 Oak Grove Drive, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
     Pasadena, CA  91109   USA
     Information: http://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/
     Connect    : telnet://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov:6775  (via browser)
                  telnet ssd.jpl.nasa.gov 6775    (via command-line)
     Author     : Jon.Giorgini@jpl.nasa.gov

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