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Occultation of Mu Ceti, Feb 3 2017 233203UT from Finbarr C on Vimeo.

Mag 4.3, Lunar, 5 hours before First Quarter

Occultation of 5 Tauri, 4th Feb 2017 175011 UT from Finbarr C on Vimeo.

Mag 4.1, Lunar, 7 days 18 hrs

Occultations Theta 2 1 Tauri, Feb 5th 2017 from Finbarr C on Vimeo.

Theta 2, Mag 3.4; 173923 UT. Theta 1, mag 3.8; 174406 UT. Lunar, 8 days 18 hours

Occultation of Gamma Tauri, 4th Mar 2017 203846 UT from Finbarr C on Vimeo.

Mag 3.7, Lunar, 6 days 6 hrs; haze.

Occultation of 49 Leonis, 5 May 2017 001259 IST from Finbarr C on Vimeo.

Double star; following occultation of component A (mag 5.8), component B (mag 7.9, separation 2.1 arcseconds) is faintly visible for 4.8 seconds. Distance 463 LY. Lunar, 8 days 12 hours

Occultation of Aldebaran – Dec 31 2017 010414 UT from Finbarr C on Vimeo.

The Big One – mag 0.9, the brightest star which can be occulted during the present Epoch. Reappearance at 015149 UT. [Effects of Storm Dylan evident in background]. Following the event of Mar 22 2018, Aldebaran will not again be occulted from this location until 2033. Distance 65 LY. Lunar, 12 days 19 hours (93.5%)

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