In Mike McCants' article on the Sampex rocket, I mistakenly called that object '92- 38 A', which of course has to be 92- 38 B. It was the point of the whole article, so it was a particularly annoying mistake.
In the compilation of Shuttle/Mir observations, a small error occurred. Jeff Fabijanic wrote : When I came down the shuttle was just reaching about 400 nautical miles elevation ...
This, of course, was a typo. What he meant was 400 miles distance from the launch site (roughly 150-200 miles east of the New England coast.
Bart De Pontieu, thanks to Mike McCants and Walter Nissen