Re: NOSS 3-7(A) manoevring

From: Leo Barhorst via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Sun, 1 Nov 2015 13:19:37 +0100
I had another look at the images of NOSS 3-7 from last night
and than from the first pass. The two satellite tracks were close together.
Zooming in on the track showed they were almost overlapping partly.

Re-measuring the tracks gave the following points:

40981 15 058R   4172 G 20151031190750047 17 25 1227681+664554 37 S
40981 15 058R   4172 G 20151031190755028 17 25 1219310+672538 37 S
40964 15 058A   4172 G 20151031190755028 17 25 1229622+663577 37 S
40981 15 058R   4172 G 20151031190800044 17 25 1210089+680491 37 S
40964 15 058A   4172 G 20151031190800044 17 25 1221352+671578 37 S
40981 15 058R   4172 G 20151031190805024 17 25 1200528+684292 37 S
40964 15 058A   4172 G 20151031190805024 17 25 1212265+675595 37 S
40981 15 058R   4172 G 20151031190810039 17 25 1150036+691770 37 S
40964 15 058A   4172 G 20151031190810039 17 25 1202672+683438 37 S
40981 15 058R   4172 G 20151031190815019 17 25 1139044+695093 37 S
40964 15 058A   4172 G 20151031190815019 17 25 1152463+690977 37 S
40981 15 058R   4172 G 20151031190820048 17 25 1127139+702073 37 S
40964 15 058A   4172 G 20151031190820048 17 25 1141428+694344 37 S

In the 2nd pass the view angle was different and the tracks were more apart.

So replace the 40981 points of last night report with the above points.

Regards
Leo Barhorst
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