Equator crossing and other events for INMARSAT 4-F2 19-02-2018 14:15:24 UTC
Equator crossing and other events for INMARSAT 4-F2
Time span hours:170 resolution step:1[minutes]
TLE source:Celestrak,geo.txt
19-02-2018 14:15:24 UTC
1999 - Jens T. Satre
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This list contains forecasted events based on TLE data.
The accuracy is better the more inclined the satellite is
For satellites with inclination less than 0.1deg the forecasted events is NOT accurate.
Accuracy seems to be quite good with inclination higher than 0.5degrees


TLE source:Celestrak,geo.txt

Events

2018-02-19 14:16:24 UTC MAX SOUTH 2.043 North

2018-02-19 16:53:24 UTC MAX NORTH 2.628 North

2018-02-19 18:46:24 UTC MAX EAST 63.944 East

2018-02-19 22:51:24 UTC EQUATOR CROSSING DESCENDING @ 63.882E ( 10 km)

2018-02-20 01:57:24 UTC MAX WEST 63.838 East

2018-02-20 04:51:24 UTC MAX SOUTH -2.628 South

2018-02-20 09:05:24 UTC MAX EAST 63.937 East

2018-02-20 10:49:24 UTC EQUATOR CROSSING ASCENDING @ 63.929E ( -11 km)

2018-02-20 13:34:24 UTC MAX WEST 63.913 East

2018-02-20 16:48:24 UTC MAX NORTH 2.628 North

2018-02-20 18:42:24 UTC MAX EAST 63.948 East

2018-02-20 22:47:24 UTC EQUATOR CROSSING DESCENDING @ 63.887E ( 10 km)

2018-02-21 01:53:24 UTC MAX WEST 63.843 East

2018-02-21 04:47:24 UTC MAX SOUTH -2.629 South

2018-02-21 09:01:24 UTC MAX EAST 63.943 East

2018-02-21 10:45:24 UTC EQUATOR CROSSING ASCENDING @ 63.934E ( -12 km)

2018-02-21 13:29:24 UTC MAX WEST 63.919 East

2018-02-21 16:44:24 UTC MAX NORTH 2.629 North

2018-02-21 18:39:24 UTC MAX EAST 63.954 East

2018-02-21 22:43:24 UTC EQUATOR CROSSING DESCENDING @ 63.893E ( 10 km)

2018-02-22 01:48:24 UTC MAX WEST 63.849 East

2018-02-22 04:42:24 UTC MAX SOUTH -2.629 South

2018-02-22 08:57:24 UTC MAX EAST 63.949 East

2018-02-22 10:41:24 UTC EQUATOR CROSSING ASCENDING @ 63.941E ( -12 km)

2018-02-22 13:24:24 UTC MAX WEST 63.926 East

2018-02-22 16:40:24 UTC MAX NORTH 2.630 North

2018-02-22 18:35:24 UTC MAX EAST 63.961 East

2018-02-22 19:50:24 UTC SATELLITE ENTERS EARTH ECLIPSE

2018-02-22 20:03:24 UTC SATELLITE LEAVES EARTH ECLIPSE

2018-02-22 22:39:24 UTC EQUATOR CROSSING DESCENDING @ 63.900E ( 10 km)

2018-02-23 01:44:24 UTC MAX WEST 63.857 East

2018-02-23 04:38:24 UTC MAX SOUTH -2.631 South

2018-02-23 08:54:24 UTC MAX EAST 63.957 East

2018-02-23 10:37:24 UTC EQUATOR CROSSING ASCENDING @ 63.949E ( -12 km)

2018-02-23 13:20:24 UTC MAX WEST 63.934 East

2018-02-23 16:36:24 UTC MAX NORTH 2.631 North

2018-02-23 18:32:24 UTC MAX EAST 63.970 East

2018-02-23 19:45:24 UTC SATELLITE ENTERS EARTH ECLIPSE

2018-02-23 20:08:24 UTC SATELLITE LEAVES EARTH ECLIPSE

2018-02-23 22:35:24 UTC EQUATOR CROSSING DESCENDING @ 63.909E ( 10 km)

2018-02-24 01:40:24 UTC MAX WEST 63.867 East

2018-02-24 04:34:24 UTC MAX SOUTH -2.631 South

2018-02-24 08:50:24 UTC MAX EAST 63.967 East

2018-02-24 10:33:24 UTC EQUATOR CROSSING ASCENDING @ 63.959E ( -12 km)

2018-02-24 13:15:24 UTC MAX WEST 63.944 East

2018-02-24 16:32:24 UTC MAX NORTH 2.632 North

2018-02-24 18:28:24 UTC MAX EAST 63.981 East

2018-02-24 19:42:24 UTC SATELLITE ENTERS EARTH ECLIPSE

2018-02-24 20:11:24 UTC SATELLITE LEAVES EARTH ECLIPSE

2018-02-24 22:31:24 UTC EQUATOR CROSSING DESCENDING @ 63.920E ( 10 km)

2018-02-25 01:35:24 UTC MAX WEST 63.877 East

2018-02-25 04:30:24 UTC MAX SOUTH -2.632 South

2018-02-25 08:47:24 UTC MAX EAST 63.978 East

2018-02-25 10:29:24 UTC EQUATOR CROSSING ASCENDING @ 63.970E ( -12 km)

2018-02-25 13:11:24 UTC MAX WEST 63.955 East

2018-02-25 16:28:24 UTC MAX NORTH 2.632 North

2018-02-25 18:25:24 UTC MAX EAST 63.992 East

2018-02-25 19:39:24 UTC SATELLITE ENTERS EARTH ECLIPSE

2018-02-25 20:13:24 UTC SATELLITE LEAVES EARTH ECLIPSE

2018-02-25 22:27:24 UTC EQUATOR CROSSING DESCENDING @ 63.931E ( 10 km)

2018-02-26 01:31:24 UTC MAX WEST 63.889 East

2018-02-26 04:27:24 UTC MAX SOUTH -2.632 South

2018-02-26 08:43:24 UTC MAX EAST 63.990 East

2018-02-26 10:25:24 UTC EQUATOR CROSSING ASCENDING @ 63.982E ( -12 km)

2018-02-26 13:07:24 UTC MAX WEST 63.967 East

Execution time: 4,318.22ms



Orange background means satellite is in earth eclipse
Red background means there is risk of solar interference based Sun inside half power beamwidth (1.463deg.) of a 0.6 meter antenna at 11.7GHz
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