Re: New eyes for the french intelligence.

From: Kevin Fetter (kfetter@yahoo.com)
Date: Thu Dec 02 2004 - 08:07:33 EST

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    --- Thierry Marais <mtbruno@wanadoo.fr> wrote:
    
    > Oh yes ! These are northbound in daylight what  the local launch time confirms. :)
    
    I have been following this launch for awahile, waiting to see what time they would launch.
    I received a email from Arianespace with the launch time, drat's a daytime launch:(
    I remember people seeing when envisat went up, it was a nightime launch.
      
    > > To me it's a sun sync orbit, and not polar.
    > And my definition of the polar familly is probably 8 deg. too wide !
    
    To me polar means a close to 90 degree inclination orbit, like
    
    Gravity Probe B   
    1 28230U 04014A   04336.61361717 -.00000134  00000-0 -21925-4 0  1818
    2 28230  89.9939 163.3373 0002520  78.1535 281.9956 14.75689192 33163
    
    Kevin
    
    
    		
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