Re: 2.2' of arc discrepancy between CalSKY and SkyMap ISS tracks

From: Denis (denis.boucher@telus.net)
Date: Tue Jun 29 2004 - 16:48:29 EDT

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    Thomas,
    
    I have tried the data in my program and Guide 8.0. My results were 
    showing ISSmcc on Venus while at location 48.25753 and 17.03062, 208 
    meters above ellipsoid. These numbers came out of my program and were a 
    perfect match in Guide. I have refined the precision results in my 
    program to get better results (future update release). Still I am 
    working at producing a transit track result. But as always, free time to 
    work on the project is hard to come by.
    
    BTY, the other ISSxx satellites were showing a few arc min away.
    
    Denis
    
    Thomas Fly wrote:
    
    
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    > Guide 8.0 is apparently on its way to my mailbox, so later in the week I should
    > have its results as well.
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