[amsat-bb] Re: Can SatPC32 track the moon?
Edward R. Cole
kl7uw at acsalaska.net
Sat Apr 2 07:03:31 PDT 2011
I don't currently use SatPC32 for the Moon (having both MoonSked and
NOVA), but I did not find a folder named SuM in SatPC32. For Moon
az/el location, JT-65 provides that. For controlling an antenna I
have the Unitrac-2000 that runs with NOVA. But my B5400 is broke at
the moment, so Unitrac is not in use.
My SatPC32 is circa 2008 so maybe didn't have that folder back then?
73, Ed- KL7uW
At 02:31 AM 4/2/2011, you wrote:
>Thanks for the post Drew, I did not know that either...
>Andrew Glasbrenner wrote:
> > On 4/1/2011 9:40 PM, Bill Dzurilla wrote:
> >> I've been using SatPC32 to track the ham satellites. Lately
> I've also been trying EME (moonbounce). Does anyone know if
> SatPC32 can track the moon as well as the amateur satellites? If
> yes, how is this done?
> >> 73, Bill NZ5N
> > There is a program in the SatPC32 folder called SuM that will do just that!
> > 73, Drew KO4MA
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