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1/2 Navstar IIF-71, A new satellite for the Global Positioning System. (The system is not just the satellites)

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- Booster: Atlas V (401)/Centaur
- Launch date: 2014-08-01, 11:23 pmEDT (2014-08-02 03:23 UTC)


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4 Fresh Keps Menu, Links to Keplerian Elements, the mathematical variables used by Satellite Tracking programs. +
5 LISATS Point near Port Canaveral is where ham radio operators invite tourists to watch the launch with them, and hear the launch audio from the 146.940 MHz Ham Repeater.
Directions to Space View Park in Titusville, a great place to view Atlas, Delta, and Falcon launches.
6 Launch Schedule in PDB format for Palm Pilot's, other PDA's and Nook
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Links to Choice 8 or Choice 9 to bookmark the menu choices that will not move on this page until the payload is launched.

8 AsiaSat 88, AsiaSat 8 will support direct broadcasting, private networks and broadband connectivity for customers in China, India, Southeast Asia and the Middle East.
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- Booster: Falcon 9 v1.1
- Launch date: 2014-08-04

9 AFSPC-48, Twin Geosynchronous Space Situational Awareness Program Satellites (formerly known as AFSPC-4) A pair of satellites providing situational awareness of the Geostationary Orbital Belt (the Clark Belt) for the US Air Force Space Command. # - = + % + #
- Booster: Delta IV
- Launch date: DELAYED 2014-07-24, 6:59 pmEDT (22:59 UTC)

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Keplerian Elements are mathematical variables used to calculate the orbits of celestial bodies, such as planets and space satellites. The links above will allow a user to download the "Keps" easily for use in programs like Pocketsat+.

Ham Radio via ISS, Ham stations heard on Packet Radio via the International Space Station.

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orbital location
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