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Future Asteroidal Occultations 31 st Annual Meeting of the International Occultation Timing Association 2013 October 6, David Dunlap Obs., Ontario David.

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1 Future Asteroidal Occultations 31 st Annual Meeting of the International Occultation Timing Association 2013 October 6, David Dunlap Obs., Ontario David W. Dunham

2 Planetary/Asteroidal Events, Rest of 2013

3 Occultation of 10.6-mag. TYC by (307) Nike, 2013 October 6, during IOTA meeting

4 Occultation of 4.4-mag. 30 Piscium (red giant) by (2085) Henan, 2013 October 11

5 Occultation of 9.6-mag. TYC by binary Trojan (617) Patroclus, 2013 October 21

6 Occultation of 6.7-mag. SAO by (41) Daphne, 2013 October 25

7 Occultation of 9.8-mag. TYC by (134) Sophrosyne, 2013 Nov. 26 – SWRI?

8 Occultation of 7.2-mag. SAO by (733) Mocia, 2013 December 26

9 Planetary/Asteroidal Events, Early 2014

10 Occultation of 4.9-mag. Omicron Geminorum by (602) Marianna, 2014 January 27

11 Occultation of Regulus by (163) Erigone, 2014 March 20 Since the Occ- ultation by (166) Rhodope in Oct. 2005, Regulus was found to be a close double, but the compan- ion is about 100 times fainter than the pri- mary, and it apparently was not detected in the 2005 obser- vations. I will show my remote Video.

12 Planetary/Asteroidal Events, Late 2014

13 Occultation of 7.4-mag. SAO by (3) Juno, 2014 November 20


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