Re: Another Gravity Probe flare

From: Kevin Fetter (kfetter@yahoo.com)
Date: Mon Apr 26 2004 - 10:29:17 EDT

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    After fiquring out he is at 
    
    Lon: 8 31' 46'' West, since you forgot to meantion that part:)
    
    I have the following seems right. The lastest orbits for them.
    
    Meteor 1-31 r    2.8  2.6  0.0  5.1 v   12
    1 12586U 81065B   04115.69928703  .00001325  00000-0  11234-3 0  4458
    2 12586  97.7364 171.4387 0016782  51.1354 309.1379 14.99578311235183
    
    Gravity ProbeB   3.0  0.0  0.0  5.0 d    8
    1 28230U 04014A   04117.10476196  .00000159  00000-0  21101-4 0    97
    2 28230  90.0086 163.1347 0002258  96.6091 263.5404 14.75587781   796
    
    Kevin
    
    
    --- Mike_ <mike_@inwind.it> wrote:
    > P.S. I've noticed another sat, just off track GP-B, some degrees in
    > advance, a little fainter. Was it its rocket? Celestrak TLE for 
    > 2004-014-B show it to be much earlier than GB-P...
    > Again, I may have messed up the whole thing...
    
    
    
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