Re: ah spacetrack has orbital data for TERRA SAR X

From: Robert Holdsworth (
Date: Sun Jun 24 2007 - 14:42:32 EDT

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    I subsequently realised the 31700 pass was a shadow entry one but should 
    still have been visible before that, were it not for the fact that the 
    rapidly approaching (VERY)  cold front (which will also likely prevent 
    observing 31698) chose the time of the 31700 pass to start spreading cloud.
    > We have visible passes in this region, tomorrow our time - a morning pass 
    > of 31700 and an evening one of 31698.    Weather may possibly permit 
    > observation of the first but is unlikely to allow if for the other one.
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