Re: Geo sat's to internal power = time for them to go into shadow

From: Bjoern Gimle@GlocalNet (Gimle@GlocalNet)
Date: Tue Feb 24 2009 - 20:55:51 UTC

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    For a given latitude, it centers around the time the Sun is near the
    declination of the operative geos, ie the Clarke belt.
    So the period soon starts for the observers far south. Duration ~2 weeks.
    
    You're right about autumn - of course timing is reversed then.
    
    Google 'flaring geosats site:satobs.org' or 'geoflare season...
    
    ----- Original Message ----- >
    > Hmmm.... we're still a good 24 days or so from the Vernal Equinox, so does
    > that mean that this period lasts around 48 days?  Or am I oversimplifying
    > the matter?
    >
    > If my quick-and-dirty mental sketch is correct, there would be a similar
    > period bracketing the Autumnal Equinox, correct?
    >
    
    
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