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[McIDAS #QRJ-934735]: LEODATA



Hi Robert,

Quick update on mods to the LEO application in McIDAS...

The updated LEO source code that Russ provided to me yesterday
will be rolled into a Unidata McIDAS-X addendum/upgrade next week.
My objective is to incorporate the SSEC mods used to create the
new v2009.1 into a new Unidata release.  Since there are no major
changes, my procedure for creating a Unidata v2009 release should
be much simpler than in past years, so I should have a new release
available by the beginning of July.

Here is a snippit from the email that Russ sent me yesterday:

> ...
> It will work with the existing LEODATA.CORE file, but it requires
> that you have an ADDE dataset called POESNAV/TLE that contains the Two
> Line Elements. This dataset is an ADDE  type T (T for TEXT).

As you can see from this comment, the user will need to download
two line elements for the satellites being used and store them
in an ADDE dataset named POESNAV/TLE.  As part of the process of
getting my McIDAS release ready for the community, I will investigate
creating and hosting the POESNAV/TLE dataset on the community
ADDE servers that are under my control (e.g., adde.ucar.edu,
adde.cise-nsf.gov, idd.unl.edu, etc.).

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: QRJ-934735
Department: Support McIDAS
Priority: Normal
Status: Open


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