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NASA project: Horizons On-Line System News Nov 10: — Jovian satellites 2010J1 and 2010J2 have been updated to new trajectory solution JUP286 from R. Jacobson (JPL).
Nov 09: — Phobos-Soil_1 and Phobos-Soil_2 TLE-based trajectories have been added, replacing “Phobos-Soil”. These two objects were found to be on trajectories similar to the Earth-orbiting parking trajectory of the original spacecraft. It is thought the engine firing did not occur. Efforts are underway to recover the spacecraft and reattempt the interplanetary injection phase if possible. However, battery power may be depleted in the next few days (~Nov 11-15). To obtain Earth shadow entrance/exit (eclipse) information for the objects from Horizons (as with Hubble & ISS), select an object as the target, then the Moon as coordinate center (“@301″). Then request “observer table” quantity #12, “satellite angular separation and visibility”. A marker code of “/u” will be displayed when the object is in umbral eclipse. You would probably want to use a fine time-step of 1 minute or less when generating such information. Nov 04: — Daytime object 2005 YU55 was successfully acquired by Goldstone radar. The orbit solution has been updated to #72, based on the delay-Doppler measurements, and can be retrieved here. Trajectory uncertainties are reduced ~75% with these initial measurements. A 2nd orbit radar-update (prior to optical visibility) is expected to be available around Nov 7 00:00 UTC, reducing uncertainties further. Nov 03: — We plan to have an orbit solution update for 2005 YU55 based on Goldstone radar astrometry by about Nov 4, 20:35 UTC. This daylight object won’t be visible until after it’s Nov 8 0.85 lunar-distance approach. — Spektr-R was updated from an official trajectory (not TLEs) provided by Russia’s IKI. Horizons On-Line System News Nov 10: — Jovian satellites 2010J1 and 2010J2 have been updated to new trajectory solution JUP286 from R. Jacobson (JPL).