STS-100 TLE and maneuvers

From: Daniel Deak (
Date: Wed Apr 11 2001 - 20:24:59 PDT

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    Hi all,
    Here is the predicted TLE for the shuttle Endeavour after its OMS-2 firing
    scheduled at 19:25 UT on the 19, as supplied by Kenneth J. Ernandes :
    1 90100U           1109.81199986  .00336392  46811-6  73822-4 0    14
    2 90100  51.5684  23.3525 0126945  11.8500 200.9847 16.11764961    16
    Following this, there will be 5 burns leading up to the docking scheduled
    at 13:28 UT on the 21st. Here is a list of these maneuvers taken from the
    wonderful flight plan supplied by Bill Harwood of Spaceflight Now that can
    be found at
    All times are UT.
    NC 1  19 at 22:35
    NC 2  20 at 10:31
    NC 3  20 at 21:04
    NC 4  21 at 09:54
    TI    21 at 11:26
    At least one ISS reboost maneuver is scheduled on the 28th at 10:11 UT.
    From here in Quebec, the ISS will be visible in the evenings up to April 23.
    So we will be able to watch Endeavour closing in on Alpha.
    On a side note, I've just finished working on the last batch of parts for the
    Starshine 3 satellite due to be launched on August 31. In all, the students
    and teachers of our school made 107 parts for the satellite including all the
    solar cell supports that will take the place of some mirrors. The time is now
    near when I will be back to binocular positional observation !
    Daniel Deak
    representant, projet spatial Starshine
    Drummondville, Quebec
    COSPAR site 1746 : 45.8537N, 72.4857W, 90 m., UTC-5:00
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