Flare Visibility From Torquay

From: Marcus Clark (marcus_j_clark@hotmail.com)
Date: Fri Mar 20 2009 - 09:43:25 UTC

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    Hi!As Bjoern has pointed out, SkyMed gives visible NOSS flare prediction from Torquay UK (50.5 N, 3.5 W) today about 19:28 UTC if I input the txt file from the flare tracker website and set Maximum Distance to 525km.
     Is 525km an appropriate value and could you explain how the Max Distance value should be determined? Is it simply related to the height of the objects orbit or is it more to do with the horizon, or both?
     I am ignorant of orbital elements but willing to learn!!
     Best regards,
                Marcus Clark
    
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