Analysis of Blackdrop Effect in the Transit of Venus on June 6, 2012

Admiranto, A. Gunawan; Mumpuni, E. Sungging; Muhamad, Johan; Suryana, Nana
March 2014
AIP Conference Proceedings;2014, Vol. 1589, p42
Conference Proceeding
Transit Venus was observed in LAPAN Biak using a portable telescope with a diameter of 103 mm and recorded using ImagingSource CCD video camera. The backdrop effect was observed during the beginning of transit. This work tries to analyze this backdrop effect observed during this expedition.


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