XML file containing a sample set of Keplerian parameters used to model our DTD.

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Listing 1. XML file containing a sample set of Keplerian parameters used to model our DTD.


<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE keplerian_elements SYSTEM "keplerian_elements.dtd">

<keplerian-elements>
<orbital-elements-description>AMSAT Orbital Elements for Amateur Satellites</orbital-elements-description>
   <originator-name>WA5QGD</originator-name>
   <originator-location>Ft. Worth, Texas</originator-location>
   <creation-date>December 17, 1999</creation-date>
   <orbital-element>
      <nasa-catalog-number>24836U</nasa-catalog-number>
      <element-set>610</element-set>
      <launch-date>83058B</launch-date>
      <epoch-time>99349.85485619</epoch-time>
      <inclination units="deg">25.8792</inclination>
      <ra-of-node units="deg">284.8069</ra-of-node>
      <eccentricity>10662</eccentricity>
      <arg-of-perigee units="deg">83.5180</arg-of-perigee>
      <mean-anomaly units="deg">276.6286</mean-anomaly>
      <mean-motion units="rev_day">7254</mean-motion>
      <decay-rate units= "rev_day_2">10000-3</decay-rate>
   </orbital-element>
</keplerian-elements>

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