HST orbit

From: DeHBeaver0@aol.com
Date: Mon Feb 07 2000 - 15:36:29 PST

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    Since I started satellite watching, last May of 1999, the Hubble ST has been 
    in the morning sky, low on the southern horizon; about 20 degree elev. 
    maximum. But just recently--Feb 5--it began appearing in the evening sky. (i 
    get all my times from Heavens above). However, in just another 10 days from 
    now, it seems to stop appearing all together. 
    What kind of orbit is Hubble in such so that it can stay either in morning or 
    evening for such a long time? -Ben
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