Re: Iridium Flare Help Please...

From: Paul Gabriel (pgabriel@sc2000.net)
Date: Thu Jul 27 2000 - 21:19:15 PDT

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    ... and some iridium sats are less stable and predictable than others... ...
    but I do not know the stability of the one predicted for you, but someone
    here should.
    
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    On 07/27/00 at 22:11 Ron Lee wrote:
    
    >Another point is that you really need to know the flare
    >time to the second and be sure your watch is also accurate.
    >
    >You can get away with a little time uncertainty at night
    >but for a daytime flare you need to be precise.
    >
    >Ron Lee
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