planet: 6 - Saturn
  satellites: S3-Tethys:  5, 
              S4-Dione:   9, 
              S5-Rhea:    9,
              S6-Titan:  10, 
              S8-Iapetus: 8
total number: 41
        type: absolute
       dates: 1982-1982
 observatory: 136 - Engelhardt Observatory, Kasan

   Kitkin V.N.  (1986)
   Determination of positions of some celestial bodies
   from photographic observations.
   Kazanskaia Gorodskaia Astronomicheskaia Observatoriia
   Trudy.  No. 50. P. 142-147.

         relative to: absolute
     reference frame: astrometric
     centre of frame: topocentre
    epoch of equinox: B1950
          time scale: UTC
           reduction: no information
         coordinates: absolute
    diff. refraction: no information
            receptor: photographic
           telescope: Astrograph, D = 16 inch, F = 3.8 m
           observers: Kitkin V. N., Mussin N. K.
 data included in standard data file: no

          evaluation: The differences  O-C(alpha)e, O-C(delta)e were
                      calculated by N.Emelianov with the theory by
                      Harper & Taylor. The 4 positions with gross
                      errors were excluded.
                      With these O-C one have
                                                   alpha    delta
                      M. (mean)                   -0.855"  -0.448"
                      R.M.S. (root mean square)    1.099"   0.592"

  1. Year   of the moment of observation
  2. Month  of the moment of observation
  3. Day    of the moment of observation with decimals
  4. Number of satellite (N sat)
  5. Hour   of right ascension (alpha, h)
  6. Minute of right ascension (alpha, m)
  7. Second of right ascension (alpha, s)
  8. Degree of declination (delta, deg)
  9. Minute of declination (delta, '  )
 10. Second of declination (delta, '' )
 11. O-C(alpha)e for alpha, arcsec
 12. O-C(delta)e for delta, arcsec

Year      UT       N     alpha         delta       O-C(alpha)e O-C(delta)e
  month day       sat
  with decimals         h  m  s      deg   '  ''            arcsec