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Re: Latest ISS and STS-114 2line Keps



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These keps are way out of date, as the STS-114 shows up with an 
altitude around 102 miles, whereas it should be nearer 176 miles.  The 
keps on Celestrak are more accurate.

John

On 26 Jul, 2005, at 21:39, Scott Avery WA6LIE wrote:

> STS-114
> 1 28775U 05026A   05207.80728973  .00667753  12150-4  79728-4 0    30
> 2 28775 051.6477 058.3463 0056454 342.0966 110.2438 16.30161499    36
> ISS (ZARYA)
> 1 25544U 98067A   05207.77809899  .00009091  00000-0  72707-4 0    00
> 2 25544 051.6458 058.1527 0003026 162.0554 280.3853 15.71951566381910
iD8DBQFC52+GDwhbGQHPUt0RAj48AJ49jnUhNLrW61dncSa8s2B8IcIh7gCg3akf
kTy4gDVB+7k7WdIqMcv4fpE=
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