[amsat-bb] Tracking BY70-1
pconver at gmail.com
Wed Feb 1 21:08:54 UTC 2017
Looks page you mention could be using at times older keps.
I compared with other predictions and you are right, they were off by
about 10 minutes.
Give a try to http://lu7abf.com.ar/pass this page updates keps 8 times
a day, using the most recent, either celestrak.com or space-track.org
Good luck on next hunt of BY70-1
73, LU7ABF, Pedro
On Wed, Feb 1, 2017 at 3:26 PM, Joe <nss at mwt.net> wrote:
> Is it really changing this fast?
> This morning I Up-Dated Orbitron,
> Ran a prediction, and around noon was gonna be a pass to see if I could hear
> This page,
> For my location at 6 AM had the pass happening about 10 minutes sooner than
> what Orbitron predicted.
> So I came up to the radio at the web sites time, fired up the web page, and
> the bird had already passed and was deep in the southern hemisphere already.
> I re upped the tles again on Orbitron, and it too said down there. wow are
> the tles changing this quickly.
> And where can we go to get the most current up to the minute if possible
> Gonna be hard to try to see it re-enter if the times are this far off in
> only a couple hours.
> Joe WB9SBD
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