Re: [guide-user] Asteroid occultations of 2019

Joaquin Tapioles Jan 10

Well to wait then.
Thanks Bill

El jue., 10 ene. 2019 15:11, Bill Gray pluto@... [guide-user] <> escribió:

Thanks for the comments on this.

That site has been my source for asteroid occultation data for a
very long time. When I tried to access it this time around, I also
got the login request and couldn't get through.

With a bit of searching, I found a message from Edwin Goffin
that gave a link to the new site, which has the PDFs in

So I just have to modify the .etb ("event table") files to
reflect that change. I should have that up later today.

Eduardo, unfortunately I don't know why that message would
come up. I gather everything works well up to the point where you
try to open 2019 occultations? Do the older occultation files
and other miscellaneous event tables work?

-- Bill

On 10/01/2019 05.22, Steve Tonkin mb23@... [guide-user] wrote:
> The issue I am having with this table is that, when I click on "Event Data", the result is that I am pointed to a pdf file on an ftp site that requires username and password (and which doesn't seem to accept anonymous ftp - does anywhere nowadays?). What am I missing?
> Best &c,
> Steve Tonkin
> On 09/01/2019 21:11, Joaquin Tapioles pastorgalactico@... [guide-user] wrote:
>> Hello;
>> go into tables / tables and look for asteroid occultations 2019 you mark it and say ok and then a box cpn all the occultations of 2019
>> look for the date and those that occur in your area.
>> regards
>> El mié., 9 ene. 2019 21:21, edovila@... <mailto:edovila@...> [guide-user] < <>> escribió:
>> Bill,
>> When I try to open the asteroid occultation files I get a message 'text/z.nam not opened, cannot find the file'
>> What am I missing?
>> Thanks in advance
>> Eduardo Vila Echagüe
>> Santiago, chile
>> Still running Guide 9.1 in ArcaOs (the current OS2)