Re: ISS orbit on March 6, 2011

From: Björn Gimle (bjorn.gimle@gmail.com)
Date: Thu May 05 2011 - 12:52:45 UTC

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    If I select a past time on a CalSky prediction form such as
    http://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?object=Satellite&number=11&obs=8582217765888&tdt=2455627.222169176&sat=25544&skymap=
    
    ,the elset age is reported as 0.2 days, and if you click "Orbit elements"
    you find TLE with epoch=6. Mar 2011 17:23:52 (though this is near the
    culmination of the predicted pass) It appears CalSky always extrapolate the
    most recent elset (using SatEvo?)
    
    /Björn
    
    2011/5/5 <Frank@reednavigation.com>
    
    > Where can I get TLE data for the International Space Station for March 6,
    > 2011? If someone has this handy, could you post or email me. Thanks in
    > advance. Also, does calsky give historical positions for the ISS based on
    > historical orbit data? If so, is there a way to get the TLE data that
    > they're using on a given date?
    >
    > -FER
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