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MAJIS Star occultation by jovian rings
Observation of a star occulted by the rings
Scan windowing of 9 lines centered on the star (1 scan step = 1/3 MAJIS IFOV) possible

Pointing: Inertial. For each occultation, transit of TBD min
Satellite orientation: Inertial pointing of the S/C towards the position of the star to maintain MAJIS slit fixed on it. These occultation observations need to be consolidated in the future (star atlas, signal, Tint, S/C inertial capabilities). Scan mirror can be used to mitigate APE drift




Radial spatial resolution does not depend from the distance S/C-rings: observations from distance >~ Callisto (to minimize spiking issue) Elevation >20° Observations constrained by availability of bright stars in IR
any rule that is used to schedule the observation: repetition rules, continuous (plasma instruments), one-off, every orbit, every day, etc
conditions that make the observation not possible (e.g. thruster firing)