TIM2ORBIT will take a set of input times and will determine which orbit
and which week the data falls in. It can also return the number of minutes
into the orbit for an input time. A sample interactive use of the routine
IDL> tim2orbit,'23-jun-92 6:00',/print
The item returned for this would be:
Input S/C Day Night in FileID WeekID D/N SAA? Date Time Time Min Ago (min) 23-JUN-92 06:00:00 05:13:14 46.77 14.98 920623.0513 92_26 Day
The S/C day started 46.77 minutes earlier, and night will occur in 14.98 minutes (it is S/C day mode). The FileID for this time is 920623.0513 and the WeekID is 92_26.
Optional Keyword Output Parameters (the number of output elements is the same as the input):