Re: go for shutte launch

From: Fco. Javier Iruretagoyena (javiru@able.es)
Date: Tue Jul 05 2005 - 09:49:15 EDT

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    Where can we get the .trj files?
     
     
     
    Saludos,
     
    Javi
     
    Zaragoza, Spain
    Lat: 41.64056
    Long: -0.87526
    Alt: 253m.
    Datum: WGS84
     
     
    -------Mensaje original-------
     
    De: Bjorn Gimle
    Fecha: 07/04/05 16:25:28
    Para: SeeSat-L
    Asunto: Re: go for shutte launch
     
    All ISS launches from the Cape have essentially the same flight path, so
    far alt/az you can use any old set (for one of the initial orbits)
    Or you can use SkyMap rocket trajectory with a previously published .trj
    file - just set the correct launch time.
     
    For siderial predictions, adjust the old elset Epoch by the diff in
    launch date/time, and the RAAN by the difference in siderial time of
    launches.
     
    /Björn
     
    ----- Original Message ----- >
    > Are there means to determine where we have to look from here? I suppose
    > Azimuth and altitude is more appropriate as there will be no star
    visible
     
     
     
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