orbits on spacetrack for globalstar satellites, catch them together why ou can

From: Kevin Fetter (kfetter@yahoo.com)
Date: Wed May 30 2007 - 22:24:20 EDT

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    The cat numbers for the globalstar satellites are
    Object D and A are predicted to be the closest sat's to each other. 
    Catch them together, while you can.
    The southern united states is out of luck for the moment, as they don't make sunlit passes for you
    at the moment. That will chance.
    Canadian sat observer's and those in europe and other places north, get sunlit passes, right now.
    On June 3 around 5 UTC, there orbital plane will be in constant sunlight.
    I am under clouds, so I won't be seeing them tonight.
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