planet: 8 - Neptune  
  satellites: N1-Triton : 320
total number: 320
        type: relative
       dates: 1892-1895
 observatory: 662 - Lick Observatory, Mount Hamilton

     1. Barnard E. E. (1893)
        Micrometric observations of the satellite of Neptune.
        Astronomical Journal. V. 13. Iss. 290. P. 10-12.

     2. Barnard E. E. (1894)
        Measures of the position of the satellite of Neptune, 1893-4.
        Astronomical Journal. V. 14. Iss. 314. P. 9-11.

     3. Barnard, E. E. (1895)
  	Observations of the diameter of Neptune and of the position of his satellite.
	Astronomical Journal. V. 15. Iss. 342. P. 41-44.

         relative to: planet
     reference frame: apparent
     centre of frame: topocentre
    epoch of equinox: date
          time scale: Standard Pacific Time
           reduction: no information
         coordinates: position angle and separation
    diff. refraction: no information 
            receptor: micrometric
           telescope: 36-inch refractor 
           observers: Barnard
 data included in standard data file: no

   Observation from   1 to  76 - reference 1
   Observation from  77 to 178 - reference 2 
   Observation from 179 to 320 - reference 3
  1. Year    of the moment of observation
  2. Month   of the moment of observation
  3. Day     of the moment of observation
  4. Hour    of the moment of observation
  5. Minute  of the moment of observation 
  6. Seconds of the moment of observation
  7. P (position angle) in degrees (999 if not given)
  8. S (separation) in arcsec (-99.99 if not given)
Year        S.P.T.       P        
  month                 deg.       S  
       day  h  m  s              arcsec