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Pluto's Atmospheric Structure: Results From The 2006 June 12 Stellar Occultation

Gulbis, Amanda A.; Elliot, J. L.; Person, M. J.; Adams, E. R.; Kramer, E. A.; Zuluaga, C. A.; Pike, R. E.; Babcock, B. A.; Gangestad, J. W.; Jaskot, A. E.; Pasachoff, J. M.; Souza, S. P.; Francis, Paul; Lucas, R.; Bosh, A. S.; Ramm, D. J.; Greenhill, J. G; Giles, A. B; Dieters, S. W.


Observations of the 2006 June 12 occultation by Pluto of P384.2 (McDonald & Elliot, AJ 120, 1599; UCAC2 26039859) were attempted by the MIT-Williams College collaboration from five sites in Australia and New Zealand. Four sites were successful: Black Springs, South Australia (0.8m); Mt. Canopus, Tasmania (1m); Mt. Stromlo, Australian Capital Territory (1.8m); and Siding Spring, New South Wales (2.3m). Data were recorded using Portable Occultation, Eclipse, and Transit Systems (POETS; Souza et...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2006
Type: Conference paper
Source: Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society
Access Rights: Open Access


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