Re: Comet NEAT/ISS Transit?

From: Kevin Fetter (kfetter@yahoo.com)
Date: Wed May 12 2004 - 18:54:54 EDT

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    --- Art Glick <omb00900@mail.wvnet.edu> wrote:
     
    > Also, I noticed that PROGRESS-M1 11 is listed at H-A as following very, 
    > very closely to the ISS this week at an unknown magnitude.  Does someone 
    > know, is it really docked?  
    
    It's still docked to the station. It will undock on May 24, as a new progress will be launched on
    may 25.
    
    The problem is they generate a tle for progress, even when it's docked to the station, so you
    think they are undocked looking at the pass using heavens above and software for satellite
    tracking. I removed progress from the orbital elements, as there no need for a seperate orbit for
    it, unless it's by itself
    
    Kevin
    
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