Re: consecutive sunlit ISS lunar transits in England Thursday

From: Denis (boucherd@telusplanet.net)
Date: Tue Dec 02 2003 - 16:45:30 EST

  • Next message: Thomas Fly: "Re: consecutive sunlit ISS lunar transits in England Thursday"

    I put your crossover location in my program and came up with the 
    following time, distance from center of moon and range. Nice passes, 
    hope the weather is good.
    
    Denis
    
    Moon Pass
       Produced: December 2, 2003 2:36:21 PM
       Location: UK Lat: 53.9045  Lon: -2.6987
       Start: (UTC)02/12/2003  21:32:24  Stop: (UTC)07/12/2003  21:32:24
       Min Sat El: 5   Times: UTC
    
    
       Satellite: ISS
       TLE Date:2003-11-30 20:14:44Z   TLE Age: 2.05 days
       Apoge: 377.7 km  Perige: 369.7 km
       Date  Time       RA           Dec         EL AZ  Dist(Min) Range(Km)
       04/12 16:03:20   01h 44m 28s  07d 42m 09s 15 098  5.6m     1124
       04/12 17:37:59   01h 47m 00s  08d 02m 13s 28 118  3.7m      735
    
    
    Thomas Fly wrote:
    
    > Crossover point is 10 miles north of Preston; times will be about 16:03:20 and
    > 17:37:58 UTC. See map at
    > http://thomasfly.com/ConsecutiveTransits.gif
    > 
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    Denis Boucher
    Earth Orbit Objects
    Software Program
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