[amsat-bb] Satellite tracking from multiple points/mutual window software
nss at mwt.net
Mon Jun 5 12:47:22 UTC 2017
It's Missing NO-84, for one bird I want to track.
Plus un-like known web page based proven trackers. I right now after
seeing the list like Paul says, makes me wonder when the last TLE was
I LOVE the tiny and small Sat Look Down program to automatically find
those Mutual windows for me. If it was not for that program, I never
would have gotten Alaska on Oscar 7 Mode "A"
The Original Rolling Ball Clock
On 6/4/2017 8:45 PM, Paul Stoetzer wrote:
> I believe you posted this a while back on Reddit. I had commented at that
> point that this is an excellent tool, but the satellite list you are using
> does not appear to have been updated since around 2010. It also contains a
> lot of non-functional satellites and those not carrying any transponder. A
> better filtered and updated list of satellites could make this an extremely
> valuable resource.
> Paul, N8HM
> On Sun, Jun 4, 2017 at 21:27 VA1QLE - Stephen Downward <VA1QLE at scd31.com>
>> First of all, this is my very first time with a bulletin board mailing
>> I wrote some software a few months ago that I think could be valuable to
>> the amateur radio satellite community. It allows for two or more points on
>> the Earth to be specified, and it will find orbits that include all of the
>> points. It’s available here: https://ham.scd31.com/ feel free to try it
>> 73 VA1QLE!
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