Subject: ISS Predictions

Following is a recent report of the International Space Station that I
made. ISS can easily be seen without aid if the weather permits. Sites
on the internet for getting orbital elements include
http://www.space-track.org (very current data from the Department of
Defense), http://celestrak.com (maintained by Col TS Kelso) and
http://www.prismnet.com/~mmccants (maintained by Mike McCants). The last
site contains satellite elements of classified objects.
- Jeff Stetekluh   (jeff.stetekluh@acm.org)


2017-10-18  3:37:10 AM

Station:    Stetekluh House
Latitude:   38 deg 51 min 10 sec N
Longitude:  77 deg  3 min 35 sec W
Height:     18 meters

Pass - From: Wed 2017-10-18  1:00:00 AM EDT
       To:   Sat 2017-10-28 11:00:00 PM EDT

Satellite            ISS           
Catalog Number         25544
Int Des               1998 067A  
Epoch                  2017 291.20141432  2017-10-18 04:50:02 UTC
Drag2                       0.00002030 Rev/Day^2
Drag3                       0.0000e+00 Rev/Day^3
BStar                       3.7829e-05
Ep Type                     0
Element Set               999
Inclination                51.6410 Deg
RAAN                      145.0880 Deg
Eccentricity                0.0005095
Argument of Perigee        34.3803 Deg
Mean Anomaly              125.7790 Deg
Mean Motion                15.54202461 Rev/Day
Epoch Revolution         8088

Semimajor Axis          6783.12 km
Precession              4.9880 Deg West/Day
Period                     92.65 Min
Apogee                    408.44 km
Perigee                   401.52 km


No visible passes found in this interval.