RE: Satellite transit question

From: Kevin Fetter (
Date: Wed Jan 08 2003 - 19:59:46 EST

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    If anyone wants to download rob's program, you can off my web site
    There is two zip files to download.
    Anyways there is another way to find that info out, the way I can do it:)
    One day I was using a program called satellite took kit, and was thinking 
    this program should be able to find where on earth the iss or other 
    satellites could be seen going across the centre of the moon or sun, moon. 
    So with some help from the support guy, I got my answer.
    And as Brian Warner found out, it works:)
    It takes a little more work then rob's program, but it's child's play to me 
    Info on satellite tool kit can be found at
    They are releasing version 5 soon, they have a beta version out at the 
    moment.  I hope that add that feature I wanted, as I found a glitch in the 
    way I find the info. I am glad I have a decent computer, as stk sucks up 
    alot of computer power and memory I find. I use a pentium 4 1.4 GHz system 
    with 256 MB of RAM.
    You can take the easy way out, and ask me to generate the paths for you, if 
    you find one you wish to observe.
    One day rob, will add the moon to his program, when he gets the free time.
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