Re: gavity probe b pass captured on video

From: Kevin Fetter (kfetter@yahoo.com)
Date: Sat Apr 24 2004 - 00:47:28 EDT

  • Next message: Kevin Fetter: "Re: gavity probe b pass captured on video"

    Here's the three video's of sat passes I captured before clouded out:(
    
    First is champ 
    
    http://op.gfz-potsdam.de/champ/media_CHAMP/champ_side1.jpg
    
    CHAMP
    1 26405U 00039B   04114.40452303  .00010111  00000-0  10980-3 0  2303
    2 26405  87.2464 343.7170 0003115  49.1314 311.0220 15.63298667213690
    
    http://www.kfetter.100megs26.com/satvideo/26405.mov
    
    Second is the Cosmos 1892 rocket, a russian SL-14 type rocket.
    
    SL-14 R/B
    1 18422U 87088B   04114.16746332  .00000283  00000-0  33172-4 0  1489
    2 18422  82.5132 349.5612 0022033  35.8787 324.3901 14.81180045890515
    
    http://www.kfetter.100megs26.com/satvideo/18422.mov
    
    And then Gravity Probe B
    
    GP-B
    1 28230U 04014A   04113.71401322 -.00000272  00000-0 -42180-4 0   109
    2 28230  90.0092 163.1302 0002316 106.0700 254.0944 14.75585758   293
    
    http://www.kfetter.100megs26.com/satvideo/28230.mov
    
    Kevin
    
    
    
    
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