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Title: Using Anomalous Along-Track Forces for Topex/Poseidon Ground Track Control
Authors: Shapiro, B.
Bhat, R.
Frauenholz, R.
Issue Date: Feb-1993
Citation: Cocoa Beach, Florida, USA
Abstract: The TOPES/POSEIDON satellite is maintained in a nearly circular, frozen orbit at an altitude of =1336 km. and an inclination of i = 66.4, which provides an exact repeat ground track every 127 revolutions and overflies two altimetry verifications sites.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/36056
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