Re: Station code

From: Tony Beresford (
Date: Tue May 29 2001 - 21:09:32 PDT

  • Next message: Kevin Fetter: "new sat"

    At 01:19 29/05/01 , you wrote
    >I know that the station code is calculated from the location, i'm 
    >located in lat:31.75 lon:35.
    >How can i find my station code? 
    Sasha the station code is just a 4 digit number identifying a location.
    One can't calculate it. In cases like my own and other older
    observers, the station codes were assigned by the organizations using the
    data back in the 1970's, 1970s, and 1980s. 
     These days station codes are assigned to new observers by asking russell
    eberst for one. This is probably as he is the most senior observer in
    several ways.
    So to get a station code make some observations of either optical characteristics
    or positions.  
    Tony Beresford
    Unsubscribe from SeeSat-L by sending a message with 'unsubscribe'
    in the SUBJECT to

    This archive was generated by hypermail 2b29 : Tue May 29 2001 - 21:10:01 PDT