|Star Chart for Burnham-on-Crouch|
|Sun/Moon Data for Burnham-on-Crouch:|
DIY Sunspot Viewer
47% illuminated - First Quarter Moon
Moonrise: 11:56 (09/12/2013)
New Moon: 01/01/2014 11:15
Full Moon: 17/12/2013 09:29
Graph courtesy: Newquay Weather
The tallest mountain in the Solar System is Olympus Mons, on Mars at a height of about 15 miles, three times the height of Mount Everest. It covers an area about half the size of Spain.
Space Track-Satellite Passes
Notes about viewing ESVs:
When using lookangles, choose passes with high magnitudes; less than 6.0. ("Looks" are local time.)
Best viewing is when ESV is in Earth's penumbra; on the map, it's the solid line during night.
Dotted line on map denotes ESV is dark, in Earth's umbra (shadow).
Objects in orbit have to maintain a speed of at least 17,500mph, therefore ESVs traverse the sky noticeably different than aircraft.
ESVs appearing to blink are either tumbling rocket bodies, or spinning payloads with deployed solar arrays.
High-Eccentricity objects have a more ellongated orbit. Ground trace looks like a backwards C.
Regression-Ground traces will move West with each orbit due to Earth's rotation.
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