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How long would I calculate the length of time of an occultation by a TNO last?

AnA trans-Neptunian object, 1 million km from the observer, with an angular diameter of 0.126° passes in front of an object with an angularoccults the Sun (angular diameter of 0.004°) and the occulting objectTNO and the observer are moving parallel to each otherin the same direction, in the same plane. The occulting objectTNO is moving 8m/sec with respect to the observer, how long would I calculate the time of the occultation. last?

The object occulted inAssume the observer is 18 billion km from the observer, and it can be assumed it is not movingSun.

How would I calculate the length of time of an occultation?

An object, 1 million km from the observer, with an angular diameter of 0.126° passes in front of an object with an angular diameter of 0.004° and the occulting object and the observer are moving parallel to each other. The occulting object is moving 8m/sec with respect to the observer, how would I calculate the time of the occultation.

The object occulted in 18 billion km from the observer, and it can be assumed it is not moving.

How long would an occultation by a TNO last?

A trans-Neptunian object, 1 million km from the observer, with an angular diameter of 0.126° occults the Sun (angular diameter of 0.004°) and the TNO and the observer are moving in the same direction, in the same plane. The TNO is moving 8m/sec with respect to the observer, how long would the occultation last?

Assume the observer is 18 billion km from the Sun.

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If anAn object, 1 million km from the observer, with an angular diameter of 0.126° passes in front of an object with an angular diameter of 0.004° and the occulting object and the observer are moving parallel to each other, a difference of. The occulting object is moving 8m/sec with respect to the observer, how would I calculate the time of the occultation.

The object occulted in 18 billion km from the observer, and it can be assumed it is not moving.

If an object with an angular diameter of 0.126° passes in front of an object with an angular diameter of 0.004° and the occulting object and the observer are moving parallel to each other, a difference of 8m/sec with respect to the observer, how would I calculate the time of the occultation.

An object, 1 million km from the observer, with an angular diameter of 0.126° passes in front of an object with an angular diameter of 0.004° and the occulting object and the observer are moving parallel to each other. The occulting object is moving 8m/sec with respect to the observer, how would I calculate the time of the occultation.

The object occulted in 18 billion km from the observer, and it can be assumed it is not moving.

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If an object with an angular diameter of 0.126° passes in front of an object with an angular diameter of 0.004° and moves atthe occulting object and the observer are moving parallel to each other, a difference of 8m/sec with respect to the observer, how would I calculate the time of the occultation.

If an object with an angular diameter of 0.126° passes in front of an object with an angular diameter of 0.004° and moves at 8m/sec with respect to the observer, how would I calculate the time of the occultation.

If an object with an angular diameter of 0.126° passes in front of an object with an angular diameter of 0.004° and the occulting object and the observer are moving parallel to each other, a difference of 8m/sec with respect to the observer, how would I calculate the time of the occultation.

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