[amsat-bb] Re: Cornell CUSat Keps?
cjhurst at bigpond.net.au
Tue Oct 1 23:00:04 PDT 2013
Alan & Bryce,
2013-055B appears currently to be the best fit for both DANDE and CUSAT.
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Subject: [amsat-bb] Re: Cornell CUSat Keps?
I ran the Keps for all the objects. Space-Track shows something like 20,
which is interesting. They are already widely dispersed, so given the low
transmission rate, it might be better to wait a few days until at least some
tentative identifications are made. I expect DK3WN is on the case. :)
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<Does anyone know the designator and/or keps for the recently launched
<CUSat? Maybe I should stick roughly with any of the keps for the recent
<SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket body? My friend worked on CUSat and I'd <really like
<to catch a pass of it and show him it operating in orbit!
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