Occultation by 131 Vala [Observed: 8 Apr 2017]
The minor planet 131 Vala was observed to occult star TYC 6185-00247-1 on 2017 Apr 8. The occultation duration was 8.914±0.069s.

Occultation by Lucina [Observed: 30 Nov 2016]
146 Lucina was observed to occult TYC 1898-02675-1 on 2016 Nov 30. The occultation duration was 9.03±0.42s.

Occultation by Lorraine [Observed: 2 Dec 2015]
The minor planet 1114 Lorraine was observed occulting a 10.7 mag star. The duration of the occultation was 3.4±0.7s.

Occultation by 27 Euterpe [Observed: 2 Nov 2015]
The minor planet 27 Euterpe was observed occulting a 12.1 mag star: the duration of the event was 23.6±1.7s.

(939) Isberga: a binary asteroid [Observed: 21, 22 Oct, 12, 13, 15 Nov 2011]
Light curves for this binary asteroid are presented, showing the spin modulation and eclipses.

Occultation by asteroid (429) Lotis [Observed: 8 Aug 2010]
The minor planet 429 Lotis was observed occulting a 11.3 mag star. The duration of the occultation is 1.8±0.4s.

329 Svea: light/rotation curves [Observed: 16, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22 March 2009]
Time-series are obtained for this asteroid. A period of rotation of 22.53 h is derived using a Monte Carlo algorithm.

Occultation by 40 Harmonia [Observed: 12 Nov 2007]
The minor planet 40 Harmonia was observed occulting a 10.6 mag star. The duration of the occultation was 3.2±0.4s.

Occultation by asteroid 329 Svea [Observed: 7 Nov 2007]
The minor planet 329 Svea was observed occulting a 11.54 mag star. The duration of the occultation was 7.7±0.2s.

140 Siwa: light/rotation curves [Observed: Oct 2005-Feb 2006]
Time-series are obtained for this asteroid. A period of rotation is searched using a Monte Carlo algorithm.

335 Roberta rotation curves [Observations: 30 Sept, 9 Oct 2005]
Light/rotation curves for this asteroid are presented.

2003 UB313: Solar System's new planet [Observed: 5, 9 August 2005]
This newly discovered planet is observed with a 20 cm telescope.

Tempel 1 and Deep Impact [Observed: 3, 5 July 2005]
39 h after the collision, the comet was still slightly brighter than before.

2004 PT42, a speedy asteroid [Observations: 14-15 August 2004]