World Map for the occultataion
Occultation prediction of Eta Piscium for DELHI India
day Time P Mag Moon CA PA
d h m s v Alt Az
26 15 19 9 D 3.8 68 238 19N 360
26 16 1 30 R 3.8 59 251 -38N 302
Timings are in UT. To convert these into IST add 5 hours and 30 mins.
P: Phenomenon, R – Reappearance, D – Disappearance
Mag (v): Visual Magnitude of the star occulted.
CA: Cusp angle of the event. This is the number of degrees from the northern (N) or southern (S) cusp to the event. The positive (+) events occur on dark limb and are easiest to see; negative (-) events occur on bright limb. See the figure below.
PA: is the position angle measured in degrees. Similar to the position angle for double stars, it is the angle from due north (0°) to the point on the Moon's limb where the Event occurs. 90° is celestial east (to the left), 180° is celestial south, 270° is celestial west (to the right). See left figure below.