Re: NOSS Range

From: Art Glick (omb00900@mail.wvnet.edu)
Date: Sat May 30 2009 - 14:29:26 UTC

  • Next message: Ted Molczan: "RE: NOSS Range"

    At 04:36 AM 5/30/2009, Ted wrote:
    >Standard magnitude (1000 km, 90 deg phase angle) of 90050A and 91076A is about
    >5.1; 96029A is about 5.6; their coefficient of phase is nearly zero, so their
    >magnitude is mostly affected by range. At mid-northern latitude, closest range
    >is 8500 - 9000 km, with predicted mag 9 to 10.
    >
    >Ted Molczan
    
    Did you really mean 850 - 900 km, Ted?  At 38 degrees N, we can get 
    passes down to 800 km.  I am otherwise confused.
    
    Art
    
    Winter (Nov-May) Coordinates - +37.798  -80.443, 2165' above MSL
    Summer (Jun-Oct) Coordinates - +38.067, -80.434, 2950' above MSL
    
    
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