It is said that for Precise Orbit Determination (POD) of interplanetary spacecrafts, generally, during the cruise phase for aiding accurate TCM (Trajectory Correction Maneuvers) planning, long arc of tracking observables is required. During Cruise Phase of ISRO's MOM mission, its Facebook fan page updated:
TCM has been executed and tracking details suggest successful TCM. However, we will have to wait for another 5-6 hours for accurate orbit details. (Result of POD)
Is there any such record of distinct tracking time required in missions? Since Apollo program has been quite elaborately known, I hope there must be record of tracking details or any other mission for that case. I am just looking at a general trend of interplanetary spacecrafts' orbits and consequent time intervals required to get sufficiently accurate orbit details (by employing tracking by common Delta-DOR or Single station Doppler), to draw raw relation between orbits and measurement arcs required for POD without having to go into error and accuracy analysis.