JOE 2

The first issue of JOE (Journal of Occultation and Eclipse) was published. This journal is open source and published by the International Occultation Timing Association Middle East section (IOTA/ME).



Study of candidate exoplanets which are in their host stars’ habitable zones and trace their atmospheric biomarkers to detect organic life
Saleheh Ebadirad
P 1-9
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Prepointing for Occultations
John Talbot
P 10-13
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Period studies of three WUrsaeMajoris-type binaries: V0449 Peg, EP And, and EK Com
A. Poro, A. Haghi,M. Abdollahi, M. Hossini, F. Tavakkoli
P 14-29
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New Light Curve Analysis and Period Changes of the Overcontact Binary NX Boo
F. Hosseini, H. Hekmatzadeh, S. Zandian
P 30-34
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Observation and data analysis of the newly discovered δ−Scuti variable GSC1489-0914
M. Honari-Jafarpour, F.Memarian, S. Charmchi, A. Amiri, A. Hasanzadeh
P 35-43
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Journal of Occultation and Eclipse (JOE)
An International Journal in Astronomy and Astrophysics published by International Occultation Timing Association - Middle East Section

Journal of Occultation and Eclipse (JOE) publishes articles in all fields of astronomy and astrophysics (Except Cosmology), with a particular focus on the Occultations, Variable stars and Exoplanets: observations, numerical calculations and modeling, Softwares as well as technique developments. JOE includes full length research articles and letter articles. The journal covers asteroids, Moons, Sun, Planets, Galaxies, Nebulas, Star clusters, comets, TNOs, occultations, Astrobiology, Exoplanets, Variable stars and Eclipsing systems. It reports on original research in all wavelength bands, ranging from radio to gamma-ray.


Scientific Board
- Atila Poro (IOTA/Middle East, Iran)
- Paul D. Maley (IOTA, USA)
- Dr. Eberhard Riedel (IOTA/ES, Germany)
- Prof. Roger Ferlet (Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris CNRS, France)
- Prof. Dr. Osman Demircan (COMU University, Turkey)