Re: Distant satellite

Jonathan McDowell (jcm@head-cfa.harvard.edu)
Sun, 07 Dec 1997 14:48:19 -0500

Ron says
>With an eccentricity of 0.0861165, that is closer to circular in my

Oops! I mistyped the e value. It's 0.86.

1 90000U 97000  A 97339.46596080  .00000000 +00000-0 +00000-0 0 00000
2 90000 066.3122 250.4967 8611650 336.2076 000.0000  0.41258420000000

There were no magnitudes given.
Ron's suggestion of 1994-04C (ISA adapter from Clementine) is
a good one; I think it's probably consistent within the uncertainties
given the propagation of such orbits from then to now.

94004C
1 22987U 94004C   94104.94558226 -.00001003 +00000-0 +10000-3 0 00321
2 22987 067.0741 059.5229 9058578 202.4707 043.9901 00.46882193001010

 - Jonathan