Category : Science and Education
Archive   : TRACKER4.ZIP
Filename : TRACKER4.DAT

 
Output of file : TRACKER4.DAT contained in archive : TRACKER4.ZIP
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# T R A C K E R
# Version 4.0
# July 1994
#
# This is the data file used by TRACKER4.EXE to display the locations
# of features on Jupiter's southern hemisphere. The user can edit this
# data file as features and SL9 impact sites move. Latitudes are
# Jovicentric and longitudes are System II.
#
# Number of Features
11
# Object Latitude Longitude Relative Size Last Updated
GRS, -22.5 42 52 7/16/1994
BC, -33 145 19 7/26/1994
DE, -33 164 19 7/26/1994
FA, -33 227 19 7/26/1994
Y1, -33 188 8 7/16/1994
Y2, -24 302 15 7/16/1994
Z1, -41 237 6 7/16/1994
Z2, -41 125 6 7/16/1994
Z3, -41 23 6 7/16/1994
Z4, -41 306 6 7/16/1994
Z5, -41 81 6 7/16/1994
# Number of Impact Sites
12
# Site Day Hour Minute Latitude Longitude Relative Size Last Updated
A, 16 20 00 -43 104 3 7/26/1994
C, 17 07 02 -43 145 3 7/26/1994
D, 17 11 47 -43 319 3 7/26/1994
E, 17 15 05 -43 83 6 7/26/1994
G, 18 07 28 -44 312 10 7/26/1994
H, 18 19 26 -44 23 10 7/26/1994
K, 19 10 19 -44 203 10 7/26/1994
L, 19 22 09 -44 270 10 7/26/1994
Q1, 20 20 04 -44 349 6 7/26/1994
R, 21 05 29 -44 328 6 7/26/1994
S, 21 15 13 -44 324 10 7/26/1994
W, 22 08 00 -44 209 10 7/26/1994
Reasons why other fragments were not included in Tracker 4.0 :
I and O are omitted in naming fragments.
J and M disappeared before impact.
Fragments B P1 P2 and N did not create large impact sites.
F T and V did not create large impact sites and/or are near impact site E.
U did not create a large impact site and/or hit near the K/W complex.
Q2 did not create a large impact site and/or hit near the G/D/R/S complex.




  3 Responses to “Category : Science and Education
Archive   : TRACKER4.ZIP
Filename : TRACKER4.DAT

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

  3. But one thing that puzzles me is the “mtswslnkmcjklsdlsbdmMICROSOFT” string. There is an article about it here. It is definitely worth a read: http://www.os2museum.com/wp/mtswslnk/