[amsat-bb] Re: ARISSat-1 Keplerian Element Analysis - images fixed!
josepharmbruster at gmail.com
Tue Feb 14 05:45:46 PST 2012
Whoops! Lesson learned, do NOT copy / paste images into Google Blogger or the images will point to the temporary files on your file system.
I thought it was uploading them! Anyhow, you should be able to see the images now.
On Feb 14, 2012, at 12:26 AM, Joseph Armbruster wrote:
> I started digging into the ARISSat-1 Keplerian Elements in more details. See some of my effort here:
> Right now I am generating some basic plots but I wish to do much more with this, such as:
> - intersect this with the telemetry data - there are many ways to do this the first will be plotting temperature values along the line of orbit as the satellite entered / exited eclipse
> - maybe generate a few fly-by videos that show line-of-site to a particular station that was receiving telemetry / sstv at that particular time
> If you have any comments or suggestions, feel free to share them. I am really excited right now because I am using my code and made my first correct plots this evening!
> If we knew (or could predict) the satellites orientation at a particular moment, I could drop in a model of ARISSat-1 into the scene and orient it correctly.
> I think this will be a great way to interactively visualize what happened during the satellites lifetime.
> Joseph Armbruster, KJ4JIO
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