SPACEWARN Bulletin Number 508
C. Spacecraft Particularly Suited for International Participation: Category I
Spacecraft with essentially continuous radio beacons on frequencies
less than 150 MHz, or higher frequencies if especially suited for ionospheric
or geodetic studies.(NNSS denotes U.S. Navy Navigational Satellite
System; an asterisk [*] indicates updated/new information since the last
issue.) Updates or corrections to the list are possible only with
information from the user community.
The list remains the same as in SPX 504,
but with additions listed in SPX 507.
The section will be revived from time to time when a significant volume of updates
would be available from the user community.
Mr. E. Luteran of the HLMS, Elmendorf AFB, Alaska, reports that the current
parking longitude of GOES 2 is 174.5 deg W, and that of GOES 3 is 105 deg W.
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V1.0, 04 March 1996
Last Updated: 18 March 1996, EVB II