Re: GEO FROM PERTH

Ron Lee (ronlee@pcisys.net)
Tue, 18 Feb 1997 07:09:06 -0700 (MST)

I agree with Dan.  This object has a heading of about 110 degrees.
My initial concern was the motion appears too fast when plotted
with respect to stars.  Dan's data (az, el) and the elements
would imply that the motion was likely north/south, due to the
high inclination.

Ron Lee

At 08:22 97/2/18 -0500, you wrote:
> HI all,
>
> I found a pretty good fit  with 10001 77034 B ( DSCS3)
> For Perth ( 115.5 E , -31.5 )  feb09 
>
> 16H19.00  11 16.3 +16.80    35.0  34.4  
> 16H49.00  11 44.7 +15.53    35.7  34.6
>      UTC      T rue EQUINOX    El      Az
>
>    97040.30315322  -.00000163  00000 -0   +10000-3
>   013.8882  35.9119  0033726  235.2947  124.4430  0.95426736
>
>   Dan
>   47.8033N   7.3417 E  
>
>
>