HA flare timings & ISS

From: G6GAK - Mike Tyrrell (g6gak@btinternet.com)
Date: Thu May 24 2001 - 23:05:08 PDT

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    Anthony - yes I think the flares in the past few days have been a few
    seconds early. I use a travel alarm clock which receives the Rugby MSF
    atomic time signal - I find this essential for satellite work now and they
    only cost a few pounds! I don't have any other flare prediction programs so
    have nothing to compare HA with.
    
    While waiting for this mornings ISS pass I decided to get the rest of the
    overnight Iridiums - these were
    
    24-May 23:17 UTC Iridium 31  Mag -6
    25-May 00:53 UTC Iridium 36  Mag -8
    
    The weather held for another great ISS pass but I think that will be it for
    us in the UK with a front due to move across the country today. That will
    give us some time to work through the video frames!
    
    ISS pictures at  http://www.btinternet.com/~mikejtyrrell/iss.htm  and
    
     http://freespace.virgin.net/philip.masding/
    
    Mike.
    
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