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Date: Sun, 04 Jul 1999 17:22:57 -0500
From: Steve Howland <esta@bellsouth.net>
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 I am using a WinOrbit in Windows 95.  I have noted that J-Track on the
web does not show the same positions as the WinOrbit program.  That
gives...who is right ?  I have loaded keps from AMSAT and the whole
"nine yards".    Offset is set to -5 for southeast US.  Any help would
be appreciated.
        Steve H.- KF4FQT

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