ISS reboosts

From: Daniel Deak (dan.deak@sympatico.ca)
Date: Sat Dec 08 2001 - 23:46:57 EST

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    Hello everyone,
    
    There will be three maneuvers made by the Shuttle to raise the Station's orbit
    during the STS-108 mission. Here are the updated dates and times. They all
    should take place between approximately 12:30 and 13:30 UT on :
    Dec. 10, new orbit = 374 x 384 km
    Dec. 12, new orbit = 378 x 385 km
    Dec. 13, new orbit = 388 x 389 km
    The actual orbit is 370 x 383 km.
    
    Of course, after each maneuver one has to get the most recent TLE to obtain good
    pass predictions. To help, here are the NASA predicted TLEs valid after each
    maneuver :
    
    ISS reboost 1
    1 26995U 01054A   01344.56666673  .00071000  00000-0  10050-3 0  9029
    2 26995  51.6381 281.1993 0007546  75.0858 285.1135 15.62925325   741
    
    ISS reboost 2
    1 26995U 01054A   01346.61320072  .00071000  00000-0  10050-3 0  9049
    2 26995  51.6388 270.8655 0005233  80.8142 279.3607 15.62110405  1069
    
    ISS reboost 3
    1 26995U 01054A   01347.57427469  .00071000  00000-0  10050-3 0  9054
    2 26995  51.6395 266.0336 0000538  78.1694 281.9522 15.59647239  1213
    
    Cheers,
    
    Dan
    -- 
    Daniel Deak
    representant, projet spatial Starshine
    L'Avenir, Quebec
    
    COSPAR site 1747 : 45.7275N, 72.3526W, 191 m., UTC-5:00
    
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