77-44A recovered

From: David Brierley (davidbrierley@waitrose.com)
Date: Tue Apr 08 2003 - 05:19:29 EDT

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    A clear night after some Ci dispersed.  After 196 days 77-44A turned up 6
    mins early, more than I'd allowed for - I had just started looking for it.
    Computer analysis gave a perfect predicted track for the next rev.
    
    The orbit should be good for a while, though the value of ndot is uncertain.
    
    David.
    
    IntlId SiteYYMMDDHHMMSSss  Sss  TCHHMMmm   DDMMm   Mm E
    7704401267503040800152023  010  12205106  +47579   2  5
    7704401267503040800155180  010  12201083  +47488   1  5
    7704401267503040801545544  010  12040951  +58324   1  5
    7704401267503040801560826  010  12062418  +60051   1  5
    7704401267503040801565498  010  12080161  +54318   1  5
    
    DMSP F2
    1 10033U 77044A   03098.05748339 0.00000524  00000-0  21138-3 0    00
    2 10033  99.0269  17.2033 0039062 216.8122 142.9301 14.27648899    00
    
    David M Brierley
    Malvern, Worcestershire, UK
    Station 2675 52.1358N 2.3264W 70m
    davidbrierley@waitrose.com
    
    
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