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TLE's availaibility-part-2



At the end of my previous message i aded orbital elements for those 
who wants to practice their skills but this part was missing i copy 
you here the missing part.

Orbital elements for hundreds of secret objects like Lacrosse are not 

available from NASA. An informal network of amateurs has specialized 
in keeping track of secret US satellites. Regular accurate positional 

measurements are needed for this kind of detective work.

>From another list there is questionning about NOSS satellite receive 
on 250.150 apparently they "use radio interferometry (or a similar
technique) to detect, locate and track ships at sea by their radio
transmissions"


NOSS 2-2 (C)
1 21799U 91076C   04363.80350926 0.00000030  00000-0  37980-4 0    07
2 21799  63.4140 256.3229 0352000   1.4714 358.5286 13.40461957    01

NOSS 2-2 (D)
1 21808U 91076D   04363.80363656 0.00000025  00000-0  31650-4 0    04
2 21808  63.4140 256.5879 0352000   1.0847 358.9153 13.40462062    03

NOSS 2-2 (E)
1 21809U 91076E   04363.80355130 0.00000030  00000-0  38372-4 0    07
2 21809  63.4160 256.0988 0347000 355.3160   4.6840 13.40462199    08

Anyone can light up our lamps? there is a video recording available 
on  http://www.kfetter.100megs26.com/satvideo/Noss2-3.wmv



Luc Leblanc VE2DWE
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