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2002-Jan-14, 04:37 PM
<a name="20020210.7:00"> page 20020210.7:00 aka Apogee to Perigee 1&2
http://almagest.as.utexas.edu/~rlr/mlrs.html
ftp://ilrs.gsfc.nasa.gov/pub/slr/slrql/moon/2002
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1:APOGEE 1/18 405484 KM JD 2452293. daY 23 = 5102
2:PERIGEE 1/30 360031 KM JD 2452305 daY 31 = 5104
3:1: 2452317 2002 , 2 , 11 0 ? New Moon
4:2: 2452321 APOGEE 406354 KM ? 321 = 2/15
5:3: 2452332 2002 , 2 , 26 1 ? Full Moon
6:4: 2452333 PERIGEE 356936 KM ? 333 = 2/27
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8:
9: 2-2-19 7:24 A.M. still no ComprendaY?
8: 2-2-20 8:59 A.M. change 5014 to 5104 Line#2
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2002-Jan-15, 09:44 PM
#######YYdddttttttttttttididsspp<-az--><-el->|=Range11=|
00001030200978457801532000155632000030011527641028 41321
00001030200978457801532000155625000030012127641015 21251
00001030200978457801532000155633000030011727641034 21301
APOGEE 1/18 405484 KM JD 2452293..dT=1.35x2=2.7round trip
PERIGEE 1/30 360031 KM JD 2452305..dT=1.2x2==2.4round trip
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1: 2452317 2002 , 2 , 11 0 ? New Moon
2: 2452321 APOGEE 406354 KM ? 321 = 2/15
3: 2452332 2002 , 2 , 26 1 ? Full Moon
4: 2452333 PERIGEE 356936 KM ? 333 = 2/27
5:==================
6: during this time frame 2/15 to 2/27
7: i'll TRY to see if I can see
8: WHEN I think the Moons not in sight
9: from the Laser site?
ok Apogee to Perigee New moon to Full = 1st 1/4 & PM Sky?

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2002-Jan-17, 04:49 PM
<a name="westpac"> 2-1-17 PAGE NAME = WESTPAC


http://www.microsoft.com/ie/ie40/gallery
select cool utilities button
THEN J-Track Satellite Tracking
2-1-19 if theres anouther path to J-Track


http://liftoff.msfc.nasa.gov/RealTime/JTrack/Jtrack.cdf

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2002-Jan-18, 07:38 AM
i was attempting to delete this post ? 8:28 A.M.

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2002-Jan-24, 03:02 PM
.1 My first approach to this D`bait
{with myself OF COURSE}was to just post
a limited few entries, and Edit them to
provide the newer data formats
a. however I see that i'll soon d`fault
to page two if none are added, thus i've
added this 1.
2: The [Astronomical data] sure leaves me
Guessing. From what I read the last 11
characters of the data line represent the
"ROUND TRIP" laser beam time to and from
"the Moon"?
?3 But I cannot imagin just how it can jump
about from 4.1 seconds to 5.1. It makes no
sence to me at all.
b? not that I would expect any explaination

or even any reference to where an explaination
of this could be found. I DO not.
c: can U Sea my D!

2002-Feb-06, 11:08 AM
tried to DELETE

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2002-Feb-18, 02:39 PM
<a name="20020218.8:05"> page 20020218.8:05 aka catchup on T
8:06 A.M. HUb' Just trying to get on page 1
AND THEN i'll start to delete this IF I CAN?
On 2002-01-24 10:02, HUb' wrote: To this page
9:well? tiz just a refresh
8: to keep this
7: HOW FAR's the Moon Question
6: on page one a while longer
5: i did get
4: rlr@astro.as.utexas.edu
3: to try some E-Mail to
2: maybe that will explain
1: the 5.1 4.1 parameters to me
-- more fully
9: as i
8:remain at a loss
7: how to make
6: meaningfull distance'$
5: from the data
4: & remember
3: I attempt FORM B4 Substance
2: 2 reintroduce the parameter
1: NOT to remove "THEM" :|({["1,2,3"]T}s)c|p/t: ?/? yes more para than just par T
--5:tempral: 4Polar/ 3|Cylindrical| 2(Spherical) 1[Rectangular]

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2002-Feb-27, 04:29 PM
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s. m, u out to the microsecond

9:well? tiz just a refresh














4: & remember
3: I attempt FORM B4 Substance
2: 2 reintroduce the parameter

John Kierein
2002-Feb-27, 05:29 PM
http://science.nasa.gov/headlines/y2002/26feb_bigmoonshine.htm?friend

SpacedOut
2002-Feb-27, 06:52 PM
Hub'

From:
http://science.nasa.gov/headlines/y2002/26feb_bigmoonshine.htm?friend

the difference between apogee and perigee is 50,000 km that would represent a (0.16 sec x 2) or 0.32 sec difference in round triptravel time in the laser beam not 1.0 sec.

David Hall
2002-Feb-28, 11:50 AM
On 2002-02-06 06:08, HUb' wrote:

tried to DELETE



Hey HUb', just to let you know, if you want to delete a post, it has to be done within 30 minutes of posting. After that you can only edit it. Unless you're the Bad Astronomer of course. Then you can do anything. /phpBB/images/smiles/icon_biggrin.gif

2002-Feb-28, 04:54 PM
<a name="20020228.10:19"> page 20020228.10:19 aka Crow
On 2002-02-28 06:50, David Hall wrote:


On 2002-02-06 06:08, HUb' wrote:
http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/images/smiles/icon_smile.gif 4par
http://www.badastronomy.com/ 0par
http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?topic=607&forum=3&start=25#20020228.5:24 aka Search4.2-2-28


Hey HUb', just to let you know, if you want to delete a post, it has to be done within 30 minutes of posting. After that you can only edit it. Unless you're the Bad Astronomer of course. Then you can do anything. /phpBB/images/smiles/icon_biggrin.gif
yeh? no 2 on my list [1] Locked thread [2] Delete old HU posts
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jkmccrann
2005-Nov-15, 01:24 PM
Hub'

From:
http://science.nasa.gov/headlines/y2002/26feb_bigmoonshine.htm?friend

the difference between apogee and perigee is 50,000 km that would represent a (0.16 sec x 2) or 0.32 sec difference in round triptravel time in the laser beam not 1.0 sec.

Does anyone know what sort of cycle the moon operates on in terms of being at full moon at perigee? In the article it stated that for the first three full moons of 2002 it was close to perigee and also that because the Earth was near its perigee to the Sun that that also added to the intensity of the full moon, but that later in the year these conditions were reversed and all in question were closer to apogee.

Is this some sort of multi-year cycle that goes on or is it repeated year-after-year?