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How do I calculate the inclination of an object with an amateur telescope?
Suppose I would like to calculate the inclination of a satellite from the ecliptic. Would it be possible to do this with an amateur telescope? How would I go about doing so? Note: A good answer ...
Sep 24 '13 at 18:51
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