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    Re: An exotic lunar distance puzzle
    From: Greg Rudzinski
    Date: 2011 May 4, 10:28 -0700

    David,

    I am getting 13* measure for the Jupiter Luner. If the Moon and Jupiter are observed as a negative altitude then the position of 45*N 105*W won't fit. The altitudes are positive for UT 0200.

    The space station obits can be checked at:

    http://www.calsky.com/csrender.cgi?&object=Satellite&number=3&sat=25544&tracker=

    This will provide at least one accurate line of position. The orbit I chose has the space station in a good fit at UT 00:44:30 at Lat. 39* 25' N Lon. 64* 50' W. (see links)

    Greg Rudzinski
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