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Re: Website Request



This won't be the case.  It will most likely be something more like
http://www.amsat.org/amsat-new/satellites/status.php?n=28375

where n= the norad ID for a satellite.  This eliminates confusion 
with things like #AO-51 vs AO51 vs Echo.

73,

Emily




At 05:37 AM 8/9/2005, you wrote:
>Hi,
>
>When the new website is written - or the current one updated - please keep a
>logical way of finding the webpage for a satellite, for example
>http://www.amsat.org/amsat-new/satellites/status.php#AO-16 but use the
>official name of the satellite so that writers of software can provide a link
>from the name in the Kepler files (Celestrak or NASA). This would be very
>handy for me.
>
>Maybe a downloadable index of satellite pages would be possible - just a file
>with satellite name and associated page.
>
>And maybe a way of scavenging data - this is possible with the QRZ.com pages
>when looking up a callsign.
>
>Simon Brown
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