Re: Interesting satellites for school group.

Willie Koorts (wpk@saao.ac.za)
Mon, 30 Sep 1996 10:42:36 +0200 (GMT+0200)

On Fri, 27 Sep 1996, I wrote:

> Hi folks.
> 
> Next Wednesday night I have to give an (astronomical) talk and show some 
> school kids through telescopes.  These are Std.4 (six years at school = 
> grade 6) kids.
> 
> The teacher asked me to mention and possibly show them some satellites 
> as well.
> 
> Which satellites would you recommend to be interesting for such an event?
> 
> Thanks
> Willie

Thanks to everyone who responded wanting to know my position,  etc.  And 
thanks Alphonse for the predictions but I just realised it is actually 
Thursday night.

Since you asked:  Longitude : 19.0147 East
                  Latitude  : 33.6489 South
                  Time Zone : GMT + 2 Hours
                  Observing : 19H00 - 23H00 lcl (17H00 - 21H00 UT)
                              on 3 October 1996

I should have made myself more clear,  since I can do my own predictions 
what I am really after is a list of satellites (Norad numbers are ok) 
that people would reccomend would be interesting for the layman to look at.

Thanks again
Willie