[amsat-bb] Re: Adding AO-73 to SATPC32 and Nova for Windows

Alan wa4sca at gmail.com
Thu Dec 19 05:38:46 PST 2013


Remember that the Keps are provided from CelesTrak.  SatPC32 does not control which source file
contains a particular satellite. New satellites normally move over to the regular categories in about
30 days.

You can find a discussion of adding satellites to SatPC32 and NfW here:





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<[mailto:amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org] On Behalf Of Les Rayburn
<Sent: Thursday, December 19, 2013 3:11 AM
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<Subject: [amsat-bb] Adding AO-73 to SATPC32 and Nova for Windows
<I've been off the air since before Thanksgiving, due to an impossible 
<work and personal schedule. Things are slowing down now, and 
<I'd really 
<like to work some contacts through A0-73. Can someone walk me through 
<adding A0-73 to SATPC32? I'd like to keep it within the group of 
<satellites that are in the "amateur.txt" Kep file if possible.
<Ditto for adding it to Nova for Windows. I know that someone posted 
<instructions like this shortly after the satellite was 
<launched, but it 
<appears that the object number and keps may be out of date 
<now? I'd like 
<to install the new bird with the latest information.
<Thanks for helping the newbie!
<Les Rayburn, N1LF
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