Re: a simple question

From: JAY RESPLER (jrespler@superlink.net)
Date: Mon Apr 23 2001 - 23:34:40 PDT

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    marcus wrote:
    > Is there any program able to perform a prediction abt all the satellites,
    > visible or not, crossing over my location at a precise time instead of the
    > usual programs based on a defined satellite only?
    
    QUICKSAT together with alldat.tle can list every satellite above
    your horizon in sunlight, or include everything in shadow too.
    You can also pick a time during the day. You wont see anything, but
    you'll know what is above your horizon at any time.
    
    SKY MAP gives a graphic presentation of those passes. You wont recognize
    individual tracks, but you can see how much of the sky is covered.
    -- 
    Jay Respler
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       Satellite Tracker * Early Typewriter Collector
               Freehold, New Jersey
    
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