Re: iss boost?

From: Chris Peat (
Date: Mon Sep 19 2005 - 05:14:54 EDT

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    Hi everyone,
    A reboost should not cause a no show over that short period of time. I 
    would expect it to make only a few seconds difference or less. I suspect 
    George failed to observe the ISS over San Diego for a different reason. 
    I am confident the HA predictions are accurate, especially for the ISS. 
    We download the latest elements from SpaceTrack every 6 hours.
    Chris Peat
    Stephan Szyman wrote:
    > i noticed from HA that ISS has dipped below 350 km, which should 
    > indicate that they are going to kick it up a couple of clicks pretty 
    > soon...
    > it's possible they already have done so, between my observed pass 
    > right on schedule  at 01:44 UTC sept 19th and george olshevsky's 
    > failure to observe it 1 orbit later from san diego,  CA at 
    > approximately 03:15 UTC.
    > can anyone confirm whether or not a boost has taken place yet?
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