[amsat-bb] Re: Major ISS reboost June 12th
ham at g4dmf.co.uk
Sun Jun 12 04:26:09 PDT 2011
At 13:10 11/06/2011, you wrote:
>According to Roscosmos, the ISS altitude will be raised 19.2 km tomorrow.
>Until updated Keps are available from Space Track, there will be a slippage
>in predictions of _approximately_ 6 minutes per day!
Keps for post-burn, show altitude as 375Km
1 25544U 98067A 11166.87152924 .00016717 00000-0 10270-3 0 9088
2 25544 51.6421 167.4160 0010688 287.4137 72.5851 15.61963750 40703
The PREDICTED keps are available at the following address, predicted
for all current maneuvers several days in ahead.
There are several sets for intermediate stages of the reboost.
Most of the information about burns ect, go right over my head, but
no doubt it will mean something to
those who are a bit more 'rocket science' than I am.
I've posted this link before, but no-one has ever commented on it.
You can also get preliminary keps for shuttle launches here.
The ISS link goes to the ISS page in first link, the shuttle link
goes to the shuttle predictions when one is in active service.
Above links useful, or just some link I found to useless data?
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