Re: Satspy question

From: Brad (bradf@inreach.com)
Date: Thu May 30 2002 - 01:35:55 EDT

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    If you mean std mag, you can set the min under File/Preferences or
    Options/Preferences, then click the Filter tab, it's in the upper
    frame.  If you don't mean std mag, then I don't know.  Although the help
    file gives the equation for estimated visual mag, I can't see that it
    displays it anywhere or filters for it.
    
    Brad
    
    
    Jonathan T Wojack wrote:
    > 
    > Hello,
    > 
    > Is there a way to block out the high magnitudes in Satspy's predictions,
    > i.e., if you set it at +5.0, it won't show any passes that shine at
    > dimmer than +5.0 ?  I thought that you could do that, but now I am having
    > difficulty in doing so.
    > 
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