Historical Elsets

From: Rick von Glahn (rickvg@iex.net)
Date: Tue Jul 25 2000 - 13:51:28 PDT

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    I'm working on a feature for my program (Element Manager) and need a series of
    element sets for one satellite like this:
    
    MIR
    1 16609U 86017A   00203.76024557  .00054943  00000-0  45834-3 0  8626
    2 16609  51.6510  83.7293 0012652 187.1499 172.9327 15.69414413824552
    MIR
    1 16609U 86017A   00203.37818875  .00056105  00000-0  46867-3 0  8615
    2 16609  51.6508  85.6776 0012530 185.3884 174.6966 15.69374956824497
    MIR
    1 16609U 86017A   00203.31451095  .00056768  00000-0  47423-3 0  8609
    2 16609  51.6507  86.0020 0012540 185.1462 174.9376 15.69369303824481
    MIR
    1 16609U 86017A   00202.80508735  .00047718  00000-0  40092-3 0  8583
    2 16609  51.6508  88.5988 0012848 182.0667 178.0281 15.69298640824403
    
    Only I need a much larger database to work from.
    
    I've tried OIG's historical tle request form but have yet to be supplied with
    any data.
    
    If you have archived elsets for any low earth orbiting satellites I'd
    appreciate having a copy. I'm primarily interested in satellites that change
    their orbits like Mir, ISS, perhaps the spy stuff.
    
    I've written a simple routine that graphs the changes of inclination, 1st deriv
    of mm, perigee, apogee and Mean Motion against epoch day and need this data to
    refine those routines.
    
    Zipped files would be appreciated.
    
    You might want to email me before actually sending any data as I may have
    already been provided with the materials I need.
    
    Thanks -- Rick, N0KKZ
    
    
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