Hello moon friends,
this evening I was able to observe the moon again with initially very good air conditions. Before that I could see the "E" star in the Orion Trapezium in this calm air, towards the end of the drawing the air became more and more lousy. I was also fortunate enough to see the star 67 Tau occultation at the dark edge, with 65 Tau a little further away in the north, but not occulted. The occultaion took place between Philolaus and Mouchez, 67 Tau had sort of specified the lunar region in the far north. I percieved the occultation at 20.34.31 UTC (my coordinates =51° N 7,6° E). After more than 1 hour, my concentration also decreased, especially since the air became restless.
Thanks for watching and clear skies, Jens
Telescope: Astrophysics Starfire d=130mm / f=838 mm
Monut: AP 900GTO
Eyepiece: Televue DeLite 4 mm & Astrophysics Convertible Barlow => Magnification ~ 400x...(!)
Date/Time: 2022.01.13 / 20.33 - 20.36 UTC
Air: -0,0°C, about 95% Huminidy, no wind