SV: GRO Question

From: Bjoern Gimle (b_gimle@algonet.se)
Date: Mon May 29 2000 - 23:12:17 PDT

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    > nice pass visible from here -- culmination 67 deg, at 9:36 PM CDT,
    > only about 40 minutes after the burn.
    >
    Since this is so close to the orbit change, I felt there is no need to
    make a correct orbit (for your pass)
    The major axis is reduced by 160 km, which is about 1.66 min in orbital
    period. So, you should expect it 40 seconds early, and about 140 km
    lower, or about 60 deg high.
    
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