GRO Question

From: Sue Worden (worden@fc.net)
Date: Mon May 29 2000 - 18:27:29 PDT

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    If it were not for the first deorbit burn scheduled for 8:54 PM CDT
    tomorrow evening (2000/05/31 01:54 UTC), GRO would be making a very
    nice pass visible from here -- culmination 67 deg, at 9:36 PM CDT,
    only about 40 minutes after the burn.
    
    I doubt that updated, post-burn elsets will be available in time to
    run predictions for this pass, and I haven't been able to find any
    estimated post-burn elsets.
    
    Does anyone know enough about this burn to be able to say how much
    it will affect this pass?
    
    --Sue Worden (worden@fc.net)
      Austin, Texas, USA
      30.35 N by 97.75 W
    
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