A 2.4 second occultation was recorded by Dean Hooper, using video OSD technique.
No clearly observed misses were recorded for this event.
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Observers: 1 D Hooper,Melbourne, Australia 2(P) Prediction, May 18
The circle above is plotted at the expected 32 km diameter of Majuba. With only one chord it is not possible to determine whether Dean was north or south of the central line of the event.
The figure below shows the Tangra light curve of the occultation measured using AOTA.
Observation details for MP ( 1321 ) Majuba By Star TYC 7385-01403-1 On 2015-06-20 at 15:17:21.0 _______________________________ Observer Dean Hooper Location Melbourne, Australia Longitude +145:00 Latitude -37:56 Altitude 28 m Datum WGS84 Telescope SCT including Cass and Mak Aperture 20 cm Seeing Steady Clear Camera Type WAT910HX PAL/CCIR Camera Delay Timing GPS - time inserted Video with frame analysis Disappearance 15:17:23.91 Reappearance 15:17:26.35 Comments: Light curve generated using Tangra v3.4.8 Times analysed using AOTA v220.127.116.11 Reappearance was slower than disappearance.