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AO-7 Eclipse data for Iowa next 5 days



Here is a printout from Nova showing AO-7 Eclipse info for the next 5 days.

How far from my qth is this is good for is a mystery to me, but I bet it is
at
least good for much of the central part of the USA.

I apologize for the formatting. I did what I could with how Nova saves it to
a file.

I do have tha ability to save it to an excel or word file, but wanted to get
something
out to the list that might help. The first two times are the the beginning
and end of
the eclipse period in UTC.

For example. First Line, Eclipse starts at 00:18 and ends at 00:44 for a
duration of
26 mins. The rest of the data can be ignored, although I think one of the
columns is
time between eclipses.

Let me know if this is helpful or if I should NEVER do this again (post to
the list this
kind of info)

...hasan, N0AN

Date (Z)    Start        End      Duration  Interval
Eclipses of AO-07 on Monday, June 24, 2002
6/24/02  00:18:26 00:44:51 00:26:24 --------
6/24/02  02:13:22 02:39:43 00:26:20 01:28:30
6/24/02  04:08:16 04:34:39 00:26:22 01:28:33
6/24/02  06:03:11 06:29:32 00:26:20 01:28:31
6/24/02  07:58:07 08:24:30 00:26:22 01:28:34
6/24/02  09:53:03 10:19:22 00:26:18 01:28:32
6/24/02  11:47:58 12:14:19 00:26:20 01:28:35 +34.7° 0.0%
6/24/02  13:42:53 14:09:18 00:26:24 01:28:33 +34.9° 0.0%
6/24/02  15:37:48 16:04:09 00:26:20 01:28:29 +34.9° 0.0%
6/24/02  17:32:44 17:59:07 00:26:22 01:28:34 +35.1° 0.0%
6/24/02  19:27:40 19:53:59 00:26:18 01:28:32 +35.1° 0.0%
6/24/02  21:22:35 21:48:58 00:26:22 01:28:35 +35.2° 0.0%
6/24/02  23:17:30 23:43:49 00:26:18 01:28:31 +35.2° 0.0%
Eclipses of AO-07 on Tuesday, June 25, 2002 Eclipses of AO-07 on Tuesday,
June 25, 2002
6/25/02  01:12:26 01:38:47 00:26:20 01:28:36 +35.4° 0.0%
6/25/02  03:07:20 03:33:41 00:26:20 01:28:32 +35.4° 0.0%
6/25/02  05:02:15 05:28:38 00:26:22 01:28:33 +35.6° 0.0%
6/25/02  06:57:12 07:23:31 00:26:18 01:28:33 +35.7° 0.0%
6/25/02  08:52:06 09:18:27 00:26:20 01:28:34 +35.7° 0.0%
6/25/02  10:47:03 11:13:26 00:26:22 01:28:35 +35.9° 0.0%
6/25/02  12:41:58 13:08:17 00:26:18 01:28:31 +35.9° 0.0%
6/25/02  14:36:52 15:03:15 00:26:22 01:28:34 +36.1° 0.0%
6/25/02  16:31:48 16:58:07 00:26:18 01:28:32 +36.1° 0.0%
6/25/02  18:26:43 18:53:06 00:26:22 01:28:35 +36.3° 0.0%
6/25/02  20:21:40 20:47:57 00:26:16 01:28:33 +36.3° 0.0%
6/25/02  22:16:34 22:42:55 00:26:20 01:28:36 +36.4° 0.0%
Eclipses of AO-07 on Wednesday, June 26, 2002 Eclipses of AO-07 on
Wednesday, June 26, 2002
6/26/02  00:11:30 00:37:47 00:26:16 01:28:34 +36.4° 0.0%
6/26/02  02:06:25 02:32:46 00:26:20 01:28:37 +36.6° 0.0%
6/26/02  04:01:20 04:27:37 00:26:16 01:28:33 +36.8° 0.0%
6/26/02  05:56:16 06:22:35 00:26:18 01:28:38 +36.8° 0.0%
6/26/02  07:51:12 08:17:33 00:26:20 01:28:36 +36.9° 0.0%
6/26/02  09:46:06 10:12:25 00:26:18 01:28:32 +36.9° 0.0%
6/26/02  11:41:03 12:07:22 00:26:18 01:28:37 +37.1° 0.0%
6/26/02  13:35:58 14:02:15 00:26:16 01:28:35 +37.1° 0.0%
6/26/02  15:30:54 15:57:13 00:26:18 01:28:38 +37.3° 0.0%
6/26/02  17:25:48 17:52:05 00:26:16 01:28:34 +37.3° 0.0%
6/26/02  19:20:43 19:47:04 00:26:20 01:28:37 +37.4° 0.0%
6/26/02  21:15:40 21:41:55 00:26:14 01:28:35 +37.4° 0.0%
6/26/02  23:10:34 23:36:53 00:26:18 01:28:38 +37.6° 0.0%
Eclipses of AO-07 on Thursday, June 27, 2002 Eclipses of AO-07 on Thursday,
June 27, 2002
6/27/02  01:05:30 01:31:45 00:26:14 01:28:36 +37.7° 0.0%
6/27/02  03:00:25 03:26:44 00:26:18 01:28:39 +37.7° 0.0%
6/27/02  04:55:22 05:21:41 00:26:18 01:28:37 +37.9° 0.0%
6/27/02  06:50:17 07:16:34 00:26:16 01:28:35 +37.9° 0.0%
6/27/02  08:45:11 09:11:30 00:26:18 01:28:36 +38.1° 0.0%
6/27/02  10:40:08 11:06:23 00:26:14 01:28:37 +38.1° 0.0%
6/27/02  12:35:02 13:01:21 00:26:18 01:28:38 +38.2° 0.0%
6/27/02  14:29:58 14:56:13 00:26:14 01:28:36 +38.2° 0.0%
6/27/02  16:24:53 16:51:12 00:26:18 01:28:39 +38.4° 0.0%
6/27/02  18:19:48 18:46:03 00:26:14 01:28:35 +38.4° 0.0%
6/27/02  20:14:44 20:41:01 00:26:16 01:28:40 +38.5° 0.0%
6/27/02  22:09:40 22:35:54 00:26:13 01:28:38 +38.7° 0.0%
Eclipses of AO-07 on Friday, June 28, 2002 Eclipses of AO-07 on Friday, June
28, 2002
6/28/02  00:04:36 00:30:51 00:26:14 01:28:41 +38.7° 0.0%
6/28/02  01:59:31 02:25:43 00:26:11 01:28:39 +38.9° 0.0%
6/28/02  03:54:26 04:20:41 00:26:14 01:28:42 +38.9° 0.0%
6/28/02  05:49:22 06:15:39 00:26:16 01:28:40 +39.0° 0.0%
6/28/02  07:44:18 08:10:32 00:26:13 01:28:38 +39.0° 0.0%
6/28/02  09:39:12 10:05:29 00:26:16 01:28:39 +39.2° 0.0%
6/28/02  11:34:07 12:00:22 00:26:14 01:28:37 +39.2° 0.0%
6/28/02  13:29:03 13:55:20 00:26:16 01:28:40 +39.3° 0.0%
6/28/02  15:23:59 15:50:11 00:26:11 01:28:38 +39.3° 0.0%
6/28/02  17:18:55 17:45:10 00:26:14 01:28:43 +39.5° 0.0%
6/28/02  19:13:50 19:40:02 00:26:11 01:28:39 +39.5° 0.0%
6/28/02  21:08:45 21:35:00 00:26:14 01:28:42 +39.6° 0.0%
6/28/02  23:03:41 23:29:51 00:26:09 01:28:40 +39.8° 0.0%

hasan schiers, N0AN

schiers@netins.net
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----- Original Message -----
From: "SM0AIG" <amsatbullar@hotmail.com>
To: "amsat-bb" <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Tuesday, June 25, 2002 5:44 AM
Subject: [amsat-bb] AO-7 eclipse plotting


> Does anyone know of a good method to establish when AO-7 is in the sun or
> not? It would be interesting to pick up the TLE when it goes from dark to
> light. I have available Nova, WinOrb and InstantTrack and wonder if there
is
> a way of fooling those into showing the eclipses.
>
> I have been using the gray line as a coarse measure, but how far from
> reality is that considering that AO-7 is up on a 1460 km high hill. Can
one
> approximate from the gray line or is there a better way?
>
> I have seen SAT-PC32 being mentioned but with already three tracking
> programs on hand, I would first like to see one of them do the job.
>
> Ingo / SM0AIG
>
>
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