[amsat-bb] Thanks to Paul, N8HM

Mvivona Mvivona at yahoo.com
Tue Oct 24 02:02:07 UTC 2017

I use http://www.amsat.org/amsat/ftp/keps/current/nasabare.txt
It has it all. 
One note: GoSatWatch seems to hold on to the first name of a satellite by object number. Once the satellite is renamed it doesn't seem to change on GoSatWatch unless you delete the Keps URL and put it back. Then it picks up all the new names and removes the stale object numbers. Of course you will need to go back through and uncheck all the unwanted birds. 


Michael KC4ZVA

On Oct 23, 2017, at 5:43 PM, Douglas Tabor <dtabor at estesvalley.net> wrote:

Appreciate the help to get GoSatWatch to see the new CAS-4s. (With a pointer from Matthew, NJ4Y). My default TLE source was celestrak, but their new data still doesn’t have CAS-4. Created a new elements group and pointed it to pe0sat’s data, checked the 2 CAS sats and am good to go. Hope to hear you on soon.

Will be road tripping with the lovely K0ZXZ to Reno later this week on I-80 and “stretching” when a good pass is visible. Should be linear, FM & packet.

If you’re going, hope to see you there. If not, then hope to work you.

Doug, N6UA
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