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What Sat's did I see??? by Ted Molczan
"G. Groth" wrote in message ... I have been watching satellites for about 25 years. In the last 2...
July 14th 03 06:31 PM
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Which satelite did I see? by jj
I live in St Albans in the UK at the following co-ordinates Lat (WGS84) N51:45:43 ( 51.761921 ) Long (WGS84) W0:18:07 ( -0.302046 ) We are have very clear...
July 15th 03 07:36 PM
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is starshine project dead or on hold? by Ronald O. Christian
I've been trying to find recent updates on the starshine 4 and 5 satellites (for my daughter) and the most recent information I've found was a launch...
July 16th 03 08:25 AM
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FAQ, etc. by Ed Cannon
Key web sites for visual satellite observing: FAQ (two formats): HTML - http://home.att.net/~sue.worden/SeeSat-FAQ/ Text -...
July 16th 03 08:48 AM
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Where is the source of H-A Orbital elements? by HilmiR
Thanks a lot, I'll try to verify those links. Bye, HilmiR "Ed Cannon" ... ...
July 16th 03 10:05 AM
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NOSS satellite(s) sightings by Tony Vinci
New thread - continued from "What did I see?" / Well, another NOSS sightings report. I looked up the sighting predictions for the 3 NOSS satellites that I...
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July 17th 03 07:41 AM
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Any ideas on this visual? by Ed Cannon
says... I was just outside watching a pass of the Cosmos 1844 Rocket satellite when, just as it was approaching its highest...
July 17th 03 08:41 AM
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Atlas 5 Fuel Dump? by Dave Mitsky
A group of fellow ASH members and I saw a "cloud" from the Naylor Observatory last night between approximately 1:50 and 2:30 UT. First seen low in the...
July 18th 03 04:30 PM
by Ted Molczan Go to last post
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AD: Earth Explorer 2.0 is released, free to try by MichalTina
Earth Explorer is an interactive 3D earth surface browser with amazing imagery and vast geography information. As a platform providing global geography...
July 19th 03 05:42 PM
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ISS tonight by Tony Vinci
I know that this is no big deal but it really made my day. I have just come inside after viewing the ISS pass overhead. When I went outside a few minutes prior...
July 21st 03 08:07 PM
by Patty Winter Go to last post
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Obtaining other values from NASA 2-Line Element by Ray Williams
Hi, We are trying to use the NASA two line elements as the source for satellite nodes in Network Simulator (an open source network simulation program) to...
July 22nd 03 03:44 PM
by Ray Williams Go to last post
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New User - Weirdest Sats or Objects You Have Observed? by Patty Winter
In article , wrote: I'm new to this newsgroup Welcome! Could anyone share the most...
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July 26th 03 05:11 AM
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strange occurance last night by Patty Winter
In article , Ronald O. Christian wrote: My daughter (just turned nine) was having a...
July 29th 03 07:47 PM
by Patty Winter Go to last post
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Sat Tracking Software by
Hey everyone - I just wrote the following to Art, then decided to put the question out there to everyone: Hello Art - Thanks for the post regarding your...
July 30th 03 10:56 AM
by William and Teresa Go to last post
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Strange fireball by DeAnna
I was wondering if anyone else saw this. I look at the sky a lot, watch the Station, and many of the satellites pass over (beginning with the Echo and Sputnik,...
July 30th 03 03:34 PM
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ESA Mars Express by Ed Cannon
says... I'm searching about the TLE of the Mars Express launched by ESA. I know that it's not a satellite that orbits arround the Earth,...
August 1st 03 05:15 AM
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Is Nimbus 7 tumbling? by William R. Thompson
I watched Nimbus 7 make a pass over a week ago, and it seemed to brighten and fade, then brighten again before it entered Earth's shadow. I wasn't able to...
August 2nd 03 10:03 AM
by William R. Thompson Go to last post
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Orbital tracking programs for an Apple iBook by Ian_
M7 wrote on 9/4/03 8:37 pm: Hello, While I've done most of my analysis on the PC platform, I'm about to purchase an iBook. I'd like to know if there any...
August 2nd 03 02:32 PM
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flaring satellites (other than iridium...) by Carsten Nielsen
"Jan Vermeylen" wrote in message ... Hi, Are there satellites that flare...
August 7th 03 02:20 PM
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Tad O-Topic Mars by
I don't *think* this is too off-topic here - sorry if I'm wrong - Any observations to share on Mars in opposition? I am trying to get some good viewing...
August 7th 03 09:01 PM
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