R: NROL-34: NOSS 3-5 elements

From: satrack@libero.it
Date: Tue Apr 19 2011 - 17:21:04 UTC

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    Here the links to track them online by using the last elements:
    
    NOSS 3-5 (A)
    
    http://digilander.libero.it/SATrack/VisualSATFlareTrackerOnline.html?
    q=URL&Lat=0.0&Lon=0.
    0&Alt=0&Chart=1&l0=4e4f535320332d3520284129203130313420582031323037204b4d&l1=31203337333836552031313031344120202031313130392e303335323939343320202e3030303030303030202030303030302d30202030303030302d302030202020203034&l2=32203337333836202036332e34313637203334322e373333362030313238343133203138302e39383437203137392e303934332031332e3339333137313730202020203038
    
    NOSS 3-5 (B)
    
    http://digilander.libero.it/SATrack/VisualSATFlareTrackerOnline.html?
    q=URL&Lat=0.0&Lon=0.
    0&Alt=0&Chart=1&l0=4e4f535320332d3520284229203130313520582031323037204b4d&l1=31203739393337552031313031344220202031313130392e303335343838353720202e3030303030303030202030303030302d30202030303030302d302030202020203037&l2=32203739393337202036332e34313637203334322e373333312030313238343133203138302e39383437203137392e303934332031332e3339323531303233202020203035
    
    Just set your coordinates and make sure the whole link (which is quite long) 
    is entered in the browser!
    
    Regards,
    Simone
    
    >----Messaggio originale----
    >Da: ssl3molcz@rogers.com
    >Data: 19-apr-2011 14.43
    >A: <seesat-l@satobs.org>
    >Ogg: NROL-34: NOSS 3-5 elements
    >
    >Bram Dorreman, Marco Langbroek, Tim Luton, and I, contributed observations 
    used to produce the following elements:
    >
    >NOSS 3-5 (A)                                           1014 X 1207 km
    >1 37386U 11014A   11109.03529943  .00000000  00000-0  00000-0 0    04
    >2 37386  63.4167 342.7336 0128413 180.9847 179.0943 13.39317170    08
    >Arc 20110418.84-0419.07 WRMS resid 0.037 totl 0.012 xtrk
    >
    >NOSS 3-5 (B)                                           1015 X 1207 km
    >1 79937U 11014B   11109.03548857  .00000000  00000-0  00000-0 0    07
    >2 79937  63.4167 342.7331 0128413 180.9847 179.0943 13.39251023    05
    >Arc 20110415.23-0419.07 WRMS resid 0.029 totl 0.023 xtrk
    >
    >For 11014A, only the inclination is a fixed estimate. Since there are fewer 
    obs of 11014B, I used the elements of
    >11014A, adjusting only the epoch, mean anomaly and mean motion. The longer 
    observational arc of 11014B is due to the
    >inclusion of a synthetic observation of 11014A, near its first ascending 
    node, when both objects should still have been
    >close together.
    >
    >11014B has yet to be publicly catalogued, but if the procedure of all four 
    past NOSS 3 launches is followed, within a
    >few days it will be falsely catalogued as a piece of debris of 11014A.
    >
    >A welcome feature of this launch was the prompt de-orbit of Atlas V-411's 
    second stage, within a couple of hours after
    >payload deployment. This seems to have become USAF standard operating 
    procedure for LEO EELV missions. I believe the
    >following list is complete; final column lists the place of disposal.
    >
    >Nov 2006  DMSP F17       VAFB   Delta IV-Medium  Pacific Ocean
    >Oct 2009  DMSP F18       VAFB   Atlas V-401      Solar orbit
    >Apr 2010  X-37B OTV 1-1  CCAFS  Atlas V-501      Solar orbit
    >Sep 2010  FIA Radar 1    VAFB   Atlas V-501      Ocean
    >Jan 2011  USA 224        VAFB   Delta IV-Heavy   Pacific Ocean
    >Mar 2011  X-37B OTV 2-1  CCAFS  Atlas V-501      Indian Ocean
    >Apr 2011  NOSS 3-5       VAFB   Atlas V-411      Pacific Ocean
    >
    >Ted Molczan
    >
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