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Re: AO 27 data



    Does the pass data for AO-27 look right?
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      -----------AOS-----------  --MAX VISIBILITY--  ------LOS------
    #    UTC Date & Time    Azm  UTC Time Alt   Azm  UTC Time    Azm Duration 
    1 13 JUL 99 03:19:51  165.7  03:26:40  88 257.6  03:33:28  347.0  0:13:37  
    2 13 JUL 99 05:02:41  231.8  05:06:58   9 271.4  05:11:16  311.6  0:08:35  
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Yes, but AO-27 doesn't operate in the evenings.  It's in a sun synchronous
orbit, so it's on during the day roughly between 0900 and 1200 local standard
time, irrespective of longitude (1000 and 1300 daylight time).

For the West Coast, tomorrows passes are:

    13Jul99  17:16:12 17:23:03 17:29:55  00:13:43   28  95 161  22.9  AO-27
      Tue    18:55:34 19:02:50 19:10:05  00:14:31    4 289 215  39.1  AO-27

Good luck!
			-- KD6PAG
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