Date: Mon Aug 19 2002 - 11:21:00 EDT

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    I am new to seesat, but have been a sky watcher for years now. Could someone
    please tell me, where I could find a reference guide to the element data
    format that you guys use? Also what windows or dos software is good for
    creating the sighting predictions? 
    I generally don't hunt for satellites with binoculars, but I get the
    impression that satellites tend to come over in groups -  I often see
    several (often with similar courses) in a short period of time, then none
    for a period of time, followed again by another several sightings. Is it
    true that satellites are distributed in this way around the earth, or are
    they evenly spread out with as many different orbital paths?
    Thanks in advance
    	Chris Carrington
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