Re: Ariane launch visible from E US

From: Scott D. Young (sdyoung@mb.sympatico.ca)
Date: Thu May 02 2002 - 00:31:39 EDT


I have SkyMap 8 (just the demo version)...can I use this info to find the 
SPOT5? Can anyone give me some guidance?

Scott

At 03:56 PM 5/1/02, Bjorn Gimle wrote:
>Here is the SkyMap  .trj file for the ascent.
>
>Set the F2 site info for your location, and the F7/F1 to indicate the .trj
>file.
>If launch time is changed, set it in F3/F1+F2
>
>You can change the F7/Lighting option to get the umbral (~powered) part of
>the track.
>--------------------------------- cut ------------------------------------
>   0.0   5.2 -52.7   -0
>600.0  16.9 -53.4  632
>660.0  19.0 -53.6  681
>720.0  21.2 -53.8  721
>780.0  23.5 -54.1  751
>840.0  25.9 -54.4  773
>900.0  28.5 -54.8  788
>960.0  31.3 -55.3  796
>1020.0  34.3 -56.0  801
>1080.0  37.5 -56.9  802
>1110.0  39.2 -57.4  802
>1140.0  41.0 -58.0  801
>1200.0  44.5 -59.3  801
>1500.0  61.7 -68.5  798
>1602.0  67.3 -73.9  798
>--------------------------------- cut ------------------------------------
>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Michael Waterman" <mike.waterman@web-hq.com>
>To: "seesat exploder" <SeeSat-L@satobs.org>
>
> >        BO = Boston         -71,42.3    )
> >
> >  T-H0 LongE   Lat   Ht   Sun  CC  CH  WI  NY  BO
> >   0.0 -52.7   5.2   -0 -54.4 -18 -19 -19 -20 -20
> >  10.0 -53.4  16.9  632 -23.2  -3  -4  -3  -5  -4
> >  11.0 -53.6  19.0  681 -20.7  -1  -2  -1  -2  -2
> >  12.0 -53.8  21.2  721 -18.4   0   0   1   0   1
> >  13.0 -54.1  23.5  751 -16.1   2   2   4   3   4
> >  14.0 -54.4  25.9  773 -13.7   3   4   6   6   7
> >  15.0 -54.8  28.5  788 -11.2   5   6   9   9  10
> >  16.0 -55.3  31.3  796  -8.6   5   7  12  12  14
> >  17.0 -56.0  34.3  801  -5.9   6   9  15  16  19
> >  18.0 -56.9  37.5  802  -2.8   6   9  18  20  24
> >  18.5 -57.4  39.2  802  -1.2   6  10  19  22  27 Cutoff
> >  19.0 -58.0  41.0  801   0.4   5  10  19  23  30
> >  20.0 -59.3  44.5  801   3.8   4   9  19  25  33
> >  25.0 -68.5  61.7  798  20.6  -6  -3   3   7   9
> >  26.7 -73.9  67.3  798  26.3 -10  -7  -2   1   2
> >
> > At 18.5min after launch the rocket stops firing and so will
> > disappear from view, but shortly after the rocket + attached
> > payloads come into sunlight, and so will be visible again.
>
>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: <Mir16609@aol.com>
>To: <SeeSat-L@satobs.org>
> >
> > Anyone have a "trj" file that will allow Skymap to plot the
> > ascent?
> >
>
>
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