Yep... as i just found out when I updated ProSat and it crashed :-)
- Matthew nj4y
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On Nov 30, 2017, at 20:32, Paul Stoetzer [email protected] wrote:
For those using AMSAT keps to track AO-91, please note that the satellite has been identified as object number 43017. The previous distribution used 43016. This may cause some odd behavior with certain tracking apps when updating keps. You may need to delete and re-add AO-91.
---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Ray Hoad [email protected] Date: Thu, Nov 30, 2017 at 8:05 PM Subject: [keps] Changes to AMSAT-NA TLE Distribution for 11-30-2017 To: KEPS [email protected]
As promised, AO-91 (FOX-1B) is now NORAD CAT ID 43017. This should be the last change of object number. Thanks to all who have labored to finally come to this point.
Also I have added EcAMSat (NORAD CAT ID 43019) to this week's AMSAT-NA TLE Distribution. EcAMSat was developed through a partnership between NASA's Ames Research Center and Standford University School of medicine and has only a data downlink on 437.095 MHz. See the following AMSAT News Service Bulletin ANS-330 link for more information. Thanks to Nico Janssen, PA0DLO for satellite ID.
Ray Hoad, WA5QGD Orbital Elements Manager
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