Articles written in Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy
Volume 9 Issue 1 March 1988 pp 63-65
Results of a search for occultations of stars in the SAO catalogue by Saturn’s outer magnetosphere during 1988 are presented.
Volume 10 Issue 1 March 1989 pp 85-88
Results of a search for occultations of stars in the SAO catalogue by Saturn’s outer magnetosphere during 1989-1990 are presented. A total of nine events are predicted to occur during this period. The most favourable event will be the occultation of 28 Sgr (SAO 187255) during July 2–3, 1989. Occultations of SAO 187036, SAO 188348 and SAO 188120 occur near opposition and therefore can be observed over a wide longitude range
Volume 12 Issue 1 March 1991 pp 69-87
Results of the observations of mutual eclipses of Galilean satellites observed from the Vainu Bappu Observatory during 1985 are presented. Theoretical models assuming a uniform disc, Lambert’s law and Lommel-Seeliger’s law describing the scattering characteristics of the surface of the eclipsed satellite were used to fit the observations. Light curves of the 1E2 event on 1985 September 24 and the 3E1 event on 1985 October 24 observed from VBO and published light curves of the 1E2 event on 1985 September 14, the 3E1 event on 1985 September 26 and the 2E1 event on 1985 October 28 (Arlot
Volume 40 | Issue 5
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