Re: ISS's Varying Orbitt

From: Jeff Hunt (jeff_satobserve@worldnet.att.net)
Date: Mon Dec 04 2000 - 05:25:47 PST

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    Actually the orbit of the ISS is relatively constant except for decay and
    infrequent reboosts. It has to do with the satellites height and the time it
    takes to make a full revolution around earth. You can find information at
    
    http://www2.satellite.eu.org/satintro.html
    
    specifically at:
    
    http://www2.satellite.eu.org/observe.html
    
    in the "Viewing Windows" section
    
    End of plug for the VSOHP.
    
    Jeff
    
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