ObsReduce 1.1 released

From: Ted Molczan (molczan@rogers.com)
Date: Mon Apr 19 2004 - 20:08:42 EDT

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    ObsReduce 1.1 introduces two enhancements to the reduction of appulses
    (satellite passing near a single star). 
    The program now automatically estimates the position angle, based upon a
    satellite's existing orbital elements. It also supports the use of up to two
    stars, in addition to the appulsed star, for the purpose of estimating the
    miss-distance. These new features are described in the following sections of the
    Users of all previous version, need only download an install a patch:
    Prospective new users can learn more about ObsReduce, and download the full
    installation package here:
    Ted Molczan
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