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Re: AO-7 Telemetry Copied 06/24/02 2210 UTC



Howard,

I looked at that right away and did NOT find it agreeing with the printout
inside Nova for Eclipses, nor did it agree with LogSat Pro 5.2.

I think the problem is that "visibility" and "sun" as formatted for Nova
Text are really something "other" than a true measure of whether the bird is
in eclipse or not. Visibility involves other factors, so that may explain
why the option you suggest doesn't work, or am I missing something?

73
hasan schiers, N0AN

schiers@netins.net
or use amsat.org or arrl.net remailer
----- Original Message -----
From: "Howard Long" <howard@howardlong.com>
To: "hasan schiers" <schiers@netins.net>; <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Tuesday, June 25, 2002 2:03 AM
Subject: RE: [amsat-bb] AO-7 Telemetry Copied 06/24/02 2210 UTC


> Hell Hasan
>
> > In Nova, what is the indicator (other than a printout) that the bird is
in
> > Eclipse? I have a printout showing Eclipse times, which IS very
handy..but
> I
> > would like to see it "at a glance" like I can with LogSat Pro 5.2...it
has
> a
> > column in its text display that says Eclipse and the variable changes
from
> > "Eclipse" to "Toward" to "Away".
>
> Configure View, Fromat Text button, check Optical Visibility. Not obvious
> from the description IMHO.
>
> 73 Howard G6LVB
>
>
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