Re: update to ISS Venus transit webpage

From: Thomas Fly (tfly@alumni.caltech.edu)
Date: Fri May 21 2004 - 00:21:00 EDT

  • Next message: Ted Molczan: "TJM obs of 2004 May 21 UTC"

    In the area of northern Italy, the updated track shifted southeast by about 9
    km, relative to the track computed before Tuesday's orbit boost.  Since there
    should be no further boosts between now and June 8, I expect that the eventual
    transit track will not deviate significantly (e.g., move from 50 km NW of Nice
    into the Mediterranean) from the current prediction.
    
    So things now look good for Greece & southern Europe, assuming that the weather
    cooperates!
    
    http://iss-transit.sourceforge.net/IssVenusTransit.html
    
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