Re: R: RE: What is happening with Phobos-Grunt?

From: Paul Salanitri (paul.salanitri@gmail.com)
Date: Fri Nov 11 2011 - 00:53:17 UTC

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    I'm out of visibility range for a week at least. Looks like the US is well placed at the moment, the visibility regions are moving toward the equator for the next several days. 
    
    Quick guide for today http://twitpic.com/7cv55b
    (orange area is around orbital sunrise/sunset)
    
    Paul S
    
    
    
    On 11/11/2011, at 5:39, "satrack@libero.it" <satrack@libero.it> wrote:
    
    > According to this interview, published on ria.ru about one hour ago, they are 
    > interested in optical observations to clearly understand
    > if the object is stable or tumbling.
    > 
    > http://ria.ru/science/20111110/485879509.html
    > 
    > Regards,
    > Simone
    > 
    > http://digilander.libero.it/SATrack/Phobos.html?q=phobos
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    >> ----Messaggio originale----
    >> Da: ssl3molcz@rogers.com
    >> Data: 10-nov-2011 1.31
    >> A: <seesat-l@satobs.org>
    >> Ogg: RE: What is happening with Phobos-Grunt?
    >> 
    >> Ron Lee wrote:
    >> 
    >>> I see a Space Track elset at this epoch "11313.89772540."
    >>> 
    >>> Not sure if it is valid for determining visibility.
    >> 
    >> It is one of several similar TLEs issued so far, and appears to be reliable.
    >> 
    >> The spacecraft is object 11065A / 37872; its Zenit 2nd stage is 11065B / 
    > 37873.
    >> 
    >> Ted Molczan
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