Orbit's pole

Grzegorz Koralewski (caliban@kki.net.pl)
Fri, 24 Jul 1998 18:31:05 +0200

Hi SeeSatters,
I've tried to see the structure of Mir several times,
but tracking it with my equatorially-mounted Newtonian
has always been a barrier.
Recently I thought, that actually hand-tracking would be
much easier if I knew where the pole of the orbit
was. What I'm looking for, is a computer program that
will tell me RA and Dec of the orbit's pole. I would have to
care only for one axis then.

                                        Clear Skies,
                                        Grzegorz Koralewski
                                        53.37N 14.65E 100M