planet: 5 -Jupiter
  satellites: J2-Europe:   122,
              J3-Ganymede: 240,
              J4-Callisto: 376
total number: 738
        type: relative
       dates: 1901-1902
 observatory: 051 - Cape

   Cookson Bryan (1906)
   Determination of the mass of Jupiter and
   orbis of the satellites
   from observations made with the Cape heliometer.
   Annals of the Cape observatory.
   Vol. XII, part II.
   Edinburg: Printed under the authority of his magesty's
   stationery office by NEILL & Co., Limited, Bellevue.

         relative to: J1-Io:       362,
                      J2-Europe:   246,
                      J3-Ganymede: 130
     reference frame: astrometric
     centre of frame: topocentre
    epoch of equinox: date
          time scale: Cape sideral time
           reduction: no information
         coordinates: apparent distance, position angle
    diff. refraction: removed
            receptor: heliometer
           telescope: Refractor, F = 2.5 m, D = 17.8 cm
           observers: Cookson B.
 data included in standard data file: no

                      no information

  1. Number of reference satellite (N ref)
  2. Number of satellite (N sat)
  3. Year   of the observation
  4. Month  of the observation
  5. Day    of the observation
  6. Hour   of Cape sideral time of observation
  7. Minute of Cape sideral time of observation
  8. Seconde of Cape sideral time of observation
  9. Refraction correction applied, arcseconds.
 10. Type of coordinate (10 - apparent distance,
                          1 - position angle)
 11. Apparent distance, arcsec (0.000 if type is 1)
 12. Degrees of position angle (0 if type is 10)
 13. Minutes of arc of position angle (0 if type is 10)
 14. Arcseconds of position angle (0 if type is 10)

 N   Year     Cape sideral Refr.      Dist.,   Position
ref N  month      time     corr.      arcsec    angle
   sat     day  h  m  s    arcsec Type        deg. ' ''