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Re: Question about [-], [+] and [P]



w1fc@aol.com wrote:
> I just downloaded updated keps, Where can I find what the? [-], [+] and [P] stand for?
> Thanks
> Fred
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Fred,
This is from Celestrak.com web site.


Status codes (where present):
[+] = Operational    [-] = Nonoperational
[P] = Partially Operational    [B] = Backup/Standby
[S] = Spare    [X] = Extended Mission
 
Hope this helps .

73
Dale - KL7XJ

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