Updated NOSS 3-8 (NROL-79) elements

From: Marco Langbroek via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2017 17:37:19 +0200
It appears the two NROL-79 payloads have reached their desired separation. Over
the past three days, since day 23 day after launch, the separation appears
stable at ~47.0 - 47.2 km.

The following updated elements are based on observations by David Waterman, Leo
Barhorst, Cees Bassa and Marco Langbroek:



NOSS 3-8 (A)                                           1015 x 1198 km
1 42058U 17011A   17086.96692813 0.00000000  00000-0  00000+0 0    07
2 42058  63.4388  84.1783 0122381 178.9439 181.1867 13.40841400    09

rms 0.019                    from 43 obs March 26.86 - March 27.99 UT



NOSS 3-8 (B)                                           1014 x 1198 km
1 42065U 17011B   17086.96684356 0.00000000  00000-0  00000+0 0    08
2 42065  63.4408  83.9868 0122733 179.1565 180.9689 13.40840448    05

rms 0.025           from 45 observations March 26.86 - March 27.99 UT


DaL	sep(km)
1.387	42.7
5.417	171.4
6.457	190.4
7.280	202.0
8.623	172.3
9.592	148.9
11.382	120.2
14.440	77.8
18.095	53.7
19.362	50.5
20.407	50.5
22.597	48.7
24.136	47.2
25.329	47.0
26.224	47.2


- Marco


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