Subject: Data Seal location 9/29/98 PoeGo (fwd)

mike williamson (williams@www1.wheelock.edu)
Tue, 29 Sep 1998 19:46:56 -0400 (EDT)

Subject: location data seal PoeGo

Mike et al,

Locations for today.  Looks like he is finally moving away from the coast.
I should see some changes in dive behavior as he hits the deeper water.
Next question, will he go North or South?

PS

If you look you can see "PoeGo" is actually in two places at the same time.
 This is because we are getting data from three satellites.  At some times
two are overhead at the same time so they will both try to find the
location of the signal.  Because the signal class is low (LC: B) we can not
tell which one is "right" or if the actual location is somewhere in
between.  We will probably eliminate the least likely point based on how
far it is away from other "better" points. 

27580  Date : 28.09.98 14:41:43  LC : A  IQ : 00 Lat1 : 52.090N  Lon1 :
55.366W  
27580  Date : 28.09.98 19:16:11  LC : B  IQ : 00 Lat1 : 52.040N  Lon1 :
55.218W  
27580  Date : 28.09.98 19:16:11  LC : B  IQ : 00 Lat1 : 52.311N  Lon1 :
55.657W  
27580  Date : 28.09.98 21:49:12  LC : B  IQ : 00 Lat1 : 52.527N  Lon1 :
54.958W  
27580  Date : 28.09.98 22:49:57  LC : B  IQ : 00 Lat1 : 52.499N  Lon1 :
55.079W 
27580  Date : 28.09.98 23:24:00  LC : A  IQ : 08 Lat1 : 52.046N  Lon1 :
55.107W 



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