planet: 6 - Saturn
  satellites: S9 - Phoebe: 223
total number: 223
        type: absolute
       dates: 2004-2004
 observatory: Cassini space probe

   Tajeddine R., Lainey V., Cooper N. J., Murray C. D. (2015)
   Cassini ISS astrometry of the Saturnian satellites: Tethys, Dione,
   Rhea, Iapetus, and Phoebe 20042012.
   Astronomy and Astrophysics. V. 575. P. A73.

   Arlot J.E., Cooper N., Emelyanov N., Lainey V., et al. (2016)
   Natural satellites astrometric data from either space probes 
   and ground-based observatories produced by the European 
   consortium "ESPaCE".
   Notes scientifiques et techniques
   de l'institut de mecanique celeste. S105.

         relative to: absolute
     reference frame: astrometric
     centre of frame: Cassini space probe
    epoch of equinox: ICRF
          time scale: UTC
           reduction: no information
         coordinates: absolute
    diff. refraction: no information
            receptor: CCD
           telescope: Cassini ISS narrow angle camera (NAC)
           observers: Cassini space probe
 data included in standard data file: yes

                    no information

   1. Image name
   2. Year
   3. Month
   4. Day 
   5. Hour
   6. Min
   7. Sec.decimals (UTC) 
   8. Right ascension, deg (in the ICRF)
   9. Observation uncertainties in right ascension, deg
  10. Declination, deg (in the ICRF)
  11. Observation uncertainties in declination, deg
  12. Right ascension of the camera pointing vector, deg
  13. Declination of the camera pointing vector, deg
  14. Twist angle (defined in Tajeddine et al. 2013) 
  15. Sample (in pixels) of the observed satellite in the image
  16. Line (in pixels) of the observed satellite in the image
  17. The number of the detected stars in the image

Image name    Year        Time          R.A.       Sigma R.A.  Declin.  Sigma Decl. Camera RA  Camera Decl Twist angle  Sample  Line   N
                Month     h  m  s       deg          deg       deg         deg       deg        deg                     pix     pix stars