Re: Rosetta predictions

From: satcom (
Date: Mon Feb 28 2005 - 03:04:26 EST

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    Thanks to all for the info relating to the NASA site.
    Tony , I am having a problem locating the page you mention which has the 
    European finder charts.
    Is it a link from ?
    I was all set up last night under crystal clear skies about two hours before 
    Leo came into view.
    Telescope and camera nicely cooled.....popped out later to start 
    imaging.....No Sky !!!
    Just about every part of the UK was bathed in starlight , apart from  Wirral 
    which disappeared under a thick blanket of cloud!
    Aaarghhhhh  !
    ----- Original Message ----- 
    From: "Tony Beresford" <>
    To: "Bram Dorreman" <>; "SeeSat-L" 
    Sent: Monday, February 28, 2005 3:58 AM
    Subject: Re: Rosetta predictions
    > At 11:31 AM 28/02/05, Bram Dorreman wrote:
    >>Thanks for any suggestion or more specific reply.
    > On the page that the URL points to, there is a link to another page
    > which has links to finder charts for various cities in Europe.
    > There is also a link to a geocentric ephemeris in "ESOC orbit", format.
    > This has two set of what looks like the position and velocity
    > vectors. Does anybody on the list know the details of this format?
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