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Asteroid (41) Daphne is at Opposition in the constellation Leo at ~07:10 UT, 8th March 2017.

Magnitude: 9.6 V
Distance to Earth: 1.225 AU
Distance to Sun: 2.215 AU 

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Asteroid (41) Daphne will occult the 9.3 mag star TYC 4922-368-1

On 2017 March 2nd at ~04:06 UT, the 174 km diameter asteroid (41) Daphne will occult a 9.3 mag star in the constellation Leo for observers along a path across Europe, Africa.
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On 2016 Jan 17 UT, the 210 km diameter asteroid (41) Daphne will occult a 9.7 mag star in the constellation Taurus for observers along a path across Arabia, N Africa, Europe.

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Asteroid 41 Daphne Occults the 6.7 magnitude star HIP 97157 at ~12:31 UT, October 24, 2013.

The event is visible from the Russia.



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Asteroid (41) Daphne is at Opposition in constellation the Aquila on the 13th July, 2013. 

Magnitude: 10.3 
Distance to Earth: 1.339 AU
Distance to Sun center: 2.299 AU



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Asteroid (41) Daphne is at Opposition on the 17th January, 2012.

Magnitude: 11.3
Distance to Earth: 1.853 AU 
Distance to Sun: 2.793 AU



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Ephemeris

Date       UT      R.A. (J2000) Decl.    Delta     r     El.    Ph.   V
2012 01 19 000000 07 38 11.2 -00 01 23   1.850   2.789  158.7   7.4  11.3
2012 01 20 000000 07 37 15.9 +00 03 11   1.847   2.787  158.6   7.4  11.2
2012 01 21 000000 07 36 20.8 +00 07 57   1.845   2.784  158.4   7.5  11.2
2012 01 22 000000 07 35 25.8 +00 12 55   1.843   2.781  158.2   7.5  11.2
2012 01 23 000000 07 34 31.1 +00 18 04   1.841   2.778  157.9   7.7  11.2
2012 01 24 000000 07 33 36.7 +00 23 25   1.840   2.775  157.6   7.8  11.2
2012 01 25 000000 07 32 42.6 +00 28 57   1.839   2.772  157.1   7.9  11.3
2012 01 26 000000 07 31 48.9 +00 34 41   1.838   2.770  156.7   8.1  11.3
2012 01 27 000000 07 30 55.7 +00 40 34   1.837   2.767  156.1   8.3  11.3
2012 01 28 000000 07 30 03.1 +00 46 38   1.837   2.764  155.6   8.5  11.3
2012 01 29 000000 07 29 11.1 +00 52 52   1.837   2.761  155.0   8.7  11.3
2012 01 30 000000 07 28 19.8 +00 59 15   1.837   2.758  154.3   8.9  11.3
2012 01 31 000000 07 27 29.2 +01 05 48   1.838   2.755  153.6   9.1  11.3
2012 02 01 000000 07 26 39.3 +01 12 30   1.839   2.753  152.9   9.4  11.3
2012 02 02 000000 07 25 50.3 +01 19 20   1.840   2.750  152.1   9.6  11.3
2012 02 03 000000 07 25 02.2 +01 26 19   1.841   2.747  151.3   9.9  11.3
2012 02 04 000000 07 24 15.1 +01 33 25   1.843   2.744  150.5  10.2  11.3
2012 02 05 000000 07 23 28.9 +01 40 39   1.844   2.741  149.7  10.5  11.3


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Asteroid (41) Daphne is a large main-belt asteroid. This dark-surfaced body is probably composed of primitive carbonaceous chondrites. It was discovered by H. Goldschmidt on May 22, 1856, and named after Daphne, the nymph in Greek mythology who was turned into a laurel tree. Daphne has been observed to occult stars three times (all in the 1990s). Daphnean lightcurves suggest that the asteroid is irregular in shape.
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Ephemeris

Date       UT      R.A. (J2000) Decl.    Delta     r     El.    Ph.   V
2011 12 29 000000 07 56 08.9 -00 47 45   1.966   2.848  148.0  10.5  11.6
2011 12 30 000000 07 55 24.8 -00 47 43   1.958   2.845  148.8  10.3  11.6
2011 12 31 000000 07 54 39.7 -00 47 27   1.950   2.842  149.7  10.1  11.5
2012 01 01 000000 07 53 53.6 -00 46 59   1.942   2.839  150.5   9.8  11.5
2012 01 02 000000 07 53 06.6 -00 46 18   1.935   2.837  151.3   9.6  11.5
2012 01 03 000000 07 52 18.7 -00 45 24   1.927   2.834  152.1   9.4  11.5
2012 01 04 000000 07 51 29.9 -00 44 17   1.921   2.831  152.8   9.1  11.4
2012 01 05 000000 07 50 40.4 -00 42 57   1.914   2.828  153.5   8.9  11.4
2012 01 06 000000 07 49 50.0 -00 41 24   1.908   2.826  154.2   8.7  11.4
2012 01 07 000000 07 48 59.0 -00 39 38   1.902   2.823  154.9   8.5  11.4
2012 01 08 000000 07 48 07.4 -00 37 39   1.896   2.820  155.5   8.3  11.4
2012 01 09 000000 07 47 15.1 -00 35 26   1.890   2.817  156.1   8.1  11.4
2012 01 10 000000 07 46 22.3 -00 33 00   1.885   2.815  156.6   8.0  11.3
2012 01 11 000000 07 45 29.0 -00 30 21   1.880   2.812  157.1   7.8  11.3
2012 01 12 000000 07 44 35.2 -00 27 29   1.875   2.809  157.5   7.7  11.3
2012 01 13 000000 07 43 41.0 -00 24 24   1.871   2.806  157.9   7.6  11.3
2012 01 14 000000 07 42 46.6 -00 21 06   1.866   2.803  158.2   7.5  11.3
2012 01 15 000000 07 41 51.8 -00 17 35   1.863   2.801  158.4   7.4  11.3
2012 01 16 000000 07 40 56.8 -00 13 51   1.859   2.798  158.6   7.4  11.3
2012 01 17 000000 07 40 01.7 -00 09 54   1.856   2.795  158.7   7.3  11.3
2012 01 18 000000 07 39 06.4 -00 05 45   1.852   2.792  158.7   7.3  11.3


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Asteroid (41) Daphne is at opposition on the 14th September, 2009.

Magnitude:             11.3
Distance to Earth:  2.0595 AU
Distance to Sun:     3.0646 AU

Position(2000): RA  23h27m45.97s, Dec -00°38'47.1"

Rise        :       19:07 Azimuth:+90°13'
Culmination :  1:08
Set         :       7:08 Azimuth:+269°47'

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