Re: Simplesat deployed

From: Daniel Deak (dan.deak@sympatico.ca)
Date: Mon Aug 20 2001 - 21:04:38 PDT

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    Walter Nissen wrote:
    > 
    > According to the JSC elsets, STS will eventually go into a lower orbit
    > than SimpleSat.  This is what I'm now seeing from this array of elsets.
    
    You're right Walter ! Using the latest elset from OIG obtained at 04:00 UT on
    the 21st, Discovery is the leader 37 seconds ahead of Simplesat and ISS is 20
    seconds behind Simplesat. This was timed at northbound equator at around 03:31
    UT.
    
    Dan
    
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