Re: Crossed Paths

From: Kevin Fetter (kfetter@yahoo.com)
Date: Wed Aug 04 2004 - 21:11:03 EDT

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    I decided to see where they would have appeared to pass closest to each other, using STK. This is
    for an observer on the earth's surface.
    
    I used the orbits I sent before.
    
    Here's the info, for where around they appear closest. 
    
       Time (UTC)                    Latitude          Longitude 
    
    3 Aug 2004 02:54:52.00           50.3249           -91.5287
    3 Aug 2004 02:54:53.00           46.2181           -93.7181
    3 Aug 2004 02:54:54.00           43.3200           -95.3489
    3 Aug 2004 02:54:55.00           40.9123           -96.7629
    3 Aug 2004 02:54:56.00           38.7415           -98.0897
    3 Aug 2004 02:54:57.00           36.6701           -99.4078
    3 Aug 2004 02:54:58.00           34.5943          -100.7868
    3 Aug 2004 02:54:59.00           32.4032          -102.3140
    3 Aug 2004 02:55:00.00           29.9264          -104.1409
    3 Aug 2004 02:55:01.00           26.7663          -106.6494
    3 Aug 2004 02:55:02.00           20.2129          -112.6345
    
    No more post's from me on this, as I don't want get in trouble from the person who I got a private
    email from. It related to a different message.
    
    Kevin
    
    
    	
    		
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