Re: FW: Orbital Mechanics Question.

From: tlj18@juno.com
Date: Tue May 23 2000 - 23:28:00 PDT

  • Next message: Wayne Hughes: "cola"

    > Also the inclination of a satellite oscillates when it passes 
    > through a
    > resonance.  The best-known resonance is when a satellite doing 15
    > revs/day has the same ground track every day.  If the satellite 
    > takes
    > months to pass through the resonance, the effect is large enough to 
    > be
    > seen in US Space Com elsets.
    
    Are there any satellites like this right now?
    
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