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Formula:Capsa planetae/Distantia

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This template is part of a group of templates that are used to display information about a specific extrasolaris planeta. The {{Capsa planetae/Inceptio}} is always the first in the list, while {{Capsa planetae/Finitio}} is always the last in the list. This particular template specifies the separation between the star and planet as observed at a particular time. It is used as follows:

{{Capsa planetae/Distantia
| angulus_positionis = <!--position angle, in degrees -->
| epocha = <!--Epoch of observation -->
| distantia_mas = <!--observed separation, in milliarcseconds (mas)-->
| distantia = <!--observed separation, in astronomical units (AU)-->
| t_distantia = <!--time of closest approach of source to lens system (Julian date, JD)-->
| alpha = <!-- angle between source trajectory and lens system axis (degrees) -->

It is suggested that angulus_positionis, epocha, distantia_mas and possibly distantia be used in the case of planets detected by imaging, and that t_distantia, alpha, and possibly distantia be used in the case of planets detected by microlensing.

The following templates are used together and are usually placed in the order listed below.

{{Capsa planetae/Inceptio}}
{{Capsa planetae/Imago}}
{{Capsa planetae/Stella}}
{{Capsa planetae/Distantia}}
{{Capsa planetae/Orbis}}
{{Capsa planetae/Res physicae}}
{{Capsa planetae/Repertus}}
{{Capsa planetae/Index}}
{{Capsa planetae/Notae}}
{{Capsa planetae/Finitio}}

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