Re: ISS Solar Transit Observation

From: Kevin Fetter (
Date: Sun Feb 01 2004 - 21:09:15 EST

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    But Don, guide 8 does that:)
    Just click on the iss, and it tells you how far away it's at the moment. If the iss is on the sun,
    when you click on the iss , info on the sun appears, just click on next, to make the iss info
    Are you can output a satellite ephemeris, and that will tell you to.
    First click on the iss to bring up a smaller screen, then click on ok. Then look for animation,
    click on that to bring up a smaller screen, that says make ephemeris. Click on that, enter some
    info in, and out comes the data.
    Glad I was able to help to convince you to get guide 8.
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