planet: 5 -Jupiter
  satellites: J2-Europe:   199,
              J3-Ganymede: 368,
              J4-Callisto: 241
total number: 808
        type: relative
       dates: 1902-1906
 observatory: 786 - U.S. Naval Obs., Washington

   USNO, (1911)
   Equatorial observations, 1893-1907
   Publications of U.S.Naval Observatory, 2nd Series
   V. 6. P. A6-A14.

         relative to: J1-Io:       427,
                      J2-Europe:   228,
                      J3-Ganymede: 153
     reference frame: astrometric
     centre of frame: topocentre
    epoch of equinox: date
          time scale: UT1
           reduction: no information
         coordinates: apparent distance, position angle
    diff. refraction: removed
            receptor: Clarc micrometer, Repsold micrometer.
           telescope: Equatorial, D = 26 inch
           observers: R., Br., Fk.
 data included in standard data file: no

                      no information

  1. Type of coordinate (1 - position angle,
                         2 - apparent distance)
  2. Number of reference satellite (N ref)
  3. Number of satellite (N sat)
  4. Number of line in the table
  5. Year   of the observation
  6. Month  of the observation
  7. Day    of the observation
  8. Hour   of time of observation
  9. Minute of time of observation
 10. Seconde of time of observation
 11. Apparent distance, arcsec (if Type is 2)
     or position angle, degrees (if Type is 1)

    N     N Year        Time     Dist. arcsec (Type=2)
   ref N  of    month    UT1       or
Type sat line      day  h  m  s pos.angle, deg (Type=1)