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    Re: IMCCE Server / Satellite Phenomena
    From: Herbert Prinz
    Date: 2002 Oct 22, 07:14 +0000

    Hi Cliff,
    
    Thanks for the hint. I could access the page you referred to, following the url
    you posted. But I could not find the actual data on Google. Do they really cache
    all that information? Neither kneading the url nor performing a Google search
    directly would do me any good. How do you do this?
    
    Actually, I don't need the data for the phenomena that have been discussed here
    (fortunately, I have my own cache of those until 2004), but I need the mutual
    phenomena. When I observed the eclipse of Europa last Saturday morning through
    the clouds, I also saw what looked like a transit of Io in front of Ganymede. Or
    rather, the plobs melted behind the clouds. So I am not sure whether I saw
    correctly and would like to check. I believe the IMCCE has the data for mutual
    phenomena.
    
    Thanks again
    
    Herbert Prinz
    
    P.S. The next eclipse is in 49 minutes.
    
    Cliff Sojourner wrote:
    
    > Herbert,
    >
    > Google has a cache of the web site, try
    >
    > http://216.239.33.100/search?q=cache:vesrn11ThakC:www.bdl.fr/ephem/ephesat/p
    > henomenes/Jupiter/phenjupexpli_eng.html+&hl=en&ie=UTF-8
    >
    > don't be surprised that the menu buttons at the top of the page don't work;
    > you can find those other pages in Google too.
    > --
    
    
    

       
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