SATOBS 2011 June 08

From: Peter Wakelin (Peter@ascotrig.demon.co.uk)
Date: Thu Jun 09 2011 - 08:15:22 UTC

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    10-39A / AEHF 1's orbital period is now up to about 28 hours
    so I get visibility for one or two nights every 6 days.  It
    was about four minutes early on a predicted TLE provided by
    Mike McCants.
    
    SATOBS
    100390120181106082203597   01   12160159  -11216   2  5
    100390120181106082206578   01   12160434  -11162   2  5
    100390120181106082209560   01   12160709  -11109   2  5
    100390120181106082230351   01   12162564  -10346   2  5             113        S
    100390120181106082235084   01   12162962  -10269   2  5
    100390120181106082244048   01   12163729  -10111   2  5
    090680120181106082217445   01   12143125  -07185   2  5
    090680120181106082223418   01   12143724  -07186   2  5
    999
    
    What these numbers mean: http://www.satobs.org/position/UKformat.html
    
    
    -- 
    Peter Wakelin
    COSPAR 2018 GUNDLETON,  Lat 51.0945N   Long 1.1188W  124m
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