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*Subject*: Re: Kepler maths etc.*From*: Alex A Sergejew <alex@xxxxxxxxxxx>*Date*: Wed, 13 May 1998 18:59:28 +1000 (EST)*In-Reply-To*: <199805052021.QAA20743@arachne.WPI.EDU> from "Joseph B. Fitzgerald" at May 5, 98 04:21:01 pm

> The document below has the equations you need as well as some nifty > FORTRAN code, but is light on definitions and discussion. But he does > give you lots of references. > http://celestrak.com/NORAD/documentation/spacetrk.pdf I have a web page which, among other things, has a printable HTML version of Spacetrack Report Number 3, as well as links to a variety of examples of code implementations at: http://ecco.bsee.swin.edu.au/chronos/metsat/spacetrk.html If you want more about satellite orbital prediction, including tutorials on orbital mechanics or other methods of orbital propagation, check out: http://ecco.bsee.swin.edu.au/chronos/metsat/orbits.html Disclaimer: my interest in this is in the maths and software implementation, rather than in actually working the sats... 73, Alex (VK3TOA)

**References**:**RE: Kepler maths etc.***From:*Joseph B. Fitzgerald

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