planet: 6 - Saturn
  satellites: S20 - Paaliaq  : 11,
              S26 - Albiorix : 46,
              S29 - Siarnaq  : 76
total number: 133
        type: absolute
       dates: 2001-2002, 2007-2009
 observatory: 511 - Haute Provence
              809 - European Southern Observatory, La Silla

    Gomes-Júnior A. R. et al. (2015)
    Astrometric positions for 18 irregular satellites of giant planets from 23 years of observations.
    Astronomy and Astrophysics. V. 580. P. A76.

         relative to: absolute
     reference frame: astrometric
     centre of frame: topocentre
    epoch of equinox: J2000
          time scale: UTC
           reduction: the PRAIA software, the UCAC4 catalog
         coordinates: absolute
    diff. refraction: no information
            receptor: CCD
           telescope: 511 - 1.2m-telescope in a Newton configuration
                      809 - 2.2m Max-Planck ESO telescope with the Wide Field Imager (WFI) CCD mosaic detector
           observers: A. R. Gomes-Júnior, M. Assafin, R. Vieira-Martins, J.-E. Arlot, J. I. B. Camargo, F. Braga-Ribas, D. N. da Silva Neto, A. H. Andrei, A. Dias-Oliveira, B. E. Morgado, G. Benedetti-Rossi, Y. Duchemin, J. Desmars, V. Lainey, W. Thuillot
data included in standard data file: no

          no information 

  1. Number of satellite (N sat), 20 - S20 Paaliaq, 26 - S26 Albiorix, 29 - S29 Siarnaq
  2. Julian Date of the moment of observation
  3. Hour   of right ascension (alpha, h)
  4. Minute of right ascension (alpha, m)
  5. Second of right ascension (alpha, s)
  6. Degree of declination (delta, deg)
  7. Minute of declination (delta, '  )
  8. Second of declination (delta, " )
  9. Right ascension error at mean epoch (mas)
 10. Declination error at mean epoch (mas)
 11. Magnitude (apparent)
 12. Filter
 13. Telescope (E - ESO, OH - OHP)
 14. Observatory Code

 N   JD with    alpha     delta    alpha error  delta error  mag filter telescope  N
sat. decimals  h  m  s   deg ' "     mas          mas                             obs