First results of regular observations of low Earth space objects in the RI “Nikolaev astronomical observatory”

1Vovk, VS, 1Kozyryev, YS, 1Kulichenko, NA, 1Sybiryakova, Ye.S, 1Shulga, AV
1Scientific-Research Institute «Mykolaiv Astronomical Observatory», Mykolaiv, Ukraine
Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2013, 19 ;(6):53–59
Publication Language: Russian

We present some results of observations of low Earth satellites with the use of combined CCD-method, our value for the reference system accuracy and some results of comparisons of satellite positions with ephemerides of International Laser Ranging Service

Keywords: ephemerides ILRS, low Earth satellites, reference system

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