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Re: Can anyone use Space Track?



I get as far as the servers in Denver, but no farther.  It appears as if
there is a path down, likely very near the site itself.  My partial trace
route is below:

Brent Taylor, VE1JH
Doaktown, NB


15 152.63.23.129    40ms   40ms   50ms  TTL:  0
(0.so-4-0-0.TL2.NYC9.ALTER.NET ok)
16 152.63.0.198     90ms   80ms   90ms  TTL:  0
(0.so-5-3-0.TL2.STL3.ALTER.NET ok)
17 152.63.123.222  110ms  120ms  110ms  TTL:  0
(0.so-4-0-0.CL2.DEN4.ALTER.NET ok)
18 152.63.89.253   120ms  121ms  120ms  TTL:  0
(178.ATM7-0.GW7.DEN4.ALTER.NET)
19 157.130.160.174  90ms   90ms   90ms  TTL:  0
(viawest-gw.customer.alter.net)
20 64.78.230.205    90ms  100ms  100ms  TTL:  0
(vi-008.aggm01.den05.viawest.net ok)
21   No Response      *      *      *
22   No Response      *      *      *
23   No Response      *      *      *


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Emily Clarke" <w0eec@amsat.org>
To: "AMSAT BBS" <amsat-bb@amsat.org>
Sent: Sunday, January 02, 2005 1:10 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] Can anyone use Space Track?


> I tried to log into the new CFE Space Track website but it doesn't appear
> to exist:
>
> http://www.space-track.org
>
> Anyone else have any luck?
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