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RE: How do you research a particular satellite?



Ron,

The actual report is a bit buried, you need to go to the Web Resources
section, then the space exploration section, then the orbital bulletin
board. This should put you here:-

http://oigsysop.atsc.allied.com/

Once at this site you need to log on, just follow the instructions.

Cheers
Paul, VP9MU

-----Original Message-----
From: Ronald G. Parsons [mailto:w5rkn@amsat.org]
Sent: Tuesday, June 23, 1998 2:05 PM
To: Willmott, Paul
Subject: Re: How do you research a particular satellite?


Paul,

I searched around the GSFC web and could not locate "The Satellite
Situation Report". Do you have a more detailed URL?

Ron


Willmott, Paul wrote:
> 
> John,
> 
> A good general source can be found in "The Satellite Situation
Report",
> this can be downloaded from:
> 
> http://library.gsfc.nasa.gov/
> 
> The report details everything launched since Sputnik, and list the
> current status of everything in orbit. The report is updated once a
> month.
> 
> Cheers
> Paul, VP9MU

-- 
Ron Parsons
W5RKN



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