planet: 5 - Jupiter
  satellites: J1 - Io       : 69,
              J2 - Europa   : 11,
              J3 - Ganymede : 96,
              J4 - Callisto : 24
total number: 200
        type: relative
       dates: 1997-1997
 observatory: see observatories list in the reference

   Vasundhara R., Arlot J.-E., Lainey V., Thuillot W. (2003)
   Astrometry from mutual events of Jovian satellites in 1997.
   Astronomy and Astrophysics. V. 410. P. 337-341.  

         relative to: reference body is an occulted or eclipsed satellite.
     reference frame: astrometric
     centre of frame: topocenter for mutual occultation
                      or heliocenter for mutual eclipse
    epoch of equinox: J2000
          time scale: UTC
           reduction: from mutual occultations and eclipses
         coordinates: X, Y (topocentric for mutual occultation
                      or heliocentric for mutual eclipse)
    diff. refraction: no information
            receptor: photometric (see the relevant article)
           telescope: See in the publication
           observers: See in the publication
 data included in standard data file: no

     Data are deduced from the photometric observations
     of the mutual occultations and eclipses made during
     the international campaign in 1997.
     The description of these astrometric data is given 
     in the relevant article (see Reference).
     The coordinates of the observatories can be found in
     (Arlot J.-E., Thuillot W., Ruatti C. and 61 co-autors. A&A, 2006, 451, 733-737) 
  1. The type of the phenomenon (eclipse or occultation) including the
     satellite numbers. The type of phenomenon is coded as n_a o n_p 
     or n_a e n_p for a mutual occultation or eclipse, respectively.
     Here n_a is the number of the occulting or eclipsing satellite 
     and n_p is the number of the occulted or eclipsed satellite.
  2. Day of observation
  3. Month of observation
  4. Year of observation
  5. Hour of the astrometric data (UTC)
  6. Minute of the astrometric data (UTC)
  7. Seconde of the astrometric data with decimals (UTC)
  8. Shift of the computed curve along the time axis required to fit the observations (DX), km
  9. Impact paramerter (IP), km
 10. O-C of Impact paramerter (O-C,IP), km
 11. Delta(alpha)*cos(delta) (X), arcsec
 12. Delta(delta) (Y), arcsec
 13. The orbital longitude of the occulting/eclipsing satellite,
     geocentric for occultations and heliocentric for eclipses (F1)
 14. The orbital longitude of the occulted/eclipsed satellite,
     geocentric for occultations and heliocentric for eclipses (F2)
 15. Observatory name.

Type      Year   Time       Shift   IP    O-C
    month         UTC       along          IP       X       Y     F1    F2   Observatory name
   day          h  m  s      km     km     km     arcsec  arcsec deg   deg