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Old July 8th 03, 01:41 PM
Don Baker
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Default satellite identifying

You can see which satellites passed in the last few days at:
This is only for brighter satellites (4 mag. or brighter).

Set up your coordinates, click on 3.5, 4, or 4.5 mag. Then you can click
previous am or pm.
NOTE: if you're seeking a dimmer satellite, this won't be of much help.


Don Baker
Go 18, 5 & 14....also 8, 30, 40 & 54

"Tony Vinci" wrote in message
Is there a web site (or program) that I can use to identify satellites
that I have viewed? Not a predicting program but one to identify
already viewed (but unknown) satellites?
Thanks for any advice.


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