[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next] - [Date Index][Thread Index][Author Index]

Re: Mir elements



Yes, there is a problem with these two!  A quick spot are the incorrect 
object number and date (s.b. with a "leading zero" before DOY: 98087).  
- pk.  

At 05:59 AM 3/29/98 -0500, RPARISE@gelato.gsfc.nasa.gov wrote:
>Mir   
>1  1660U  86017A   9887.1935887040.000110406  00000-0  12457-3 0  368
>2  1660 951.6570 596.2930 70004823159.90208200.2110 15.63076980669136
>
>Satellite: Mir   
>Catalog number:  1660
>Epoch time:       9887.19358870        (** DEC 09   04:38:46.06 UTC)
>Element set:     NORAD-036
>Inclination:      951.6570 deg
>RA of node:       596.2930 deg              Mir Space Station
>Eccentricity:    0.7000482                  Orbital Elements
>Arg of perigee:   ******** deg
>Mean anomaly:     ******** deg
>Mean motion:   15.63076980 rev/day      Semi-major Axis: 6756.9072 Km
>Decay rate:       0.40E+02 rev/day*2    Apogee  Alt:       5108.68 Km
>Epoch rev:           66913              Perigee Alt:      -4351.64 Km
>
>Ron Parise, WA4SIR
>Goddard Space Flight Center
>
>



AMSAT Top AMSAT Home