Re: Decay Forecast Cosmos 1076

From: Bjoern Gimle (b_gimle@algonet.se)
Date: Thu Aug 09 2001 - 13:24:45 PDT

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    Amateur use of Alan's SatAna and SatEvo, adusting it to Harro's 13:12
    position gave the following approximate elset:
    Cosmos 1076
    1 11266U 79011A   01222.41943397  .27949013  85929+0  35106-3 0 98547
    2 11266  82.4672  14.9454 0005342 259.1897 100.7502 16.49706090232609
    (SatEvo gave 12:15 UTC as decay time, unadjusted)
    >
    > 1979-011A (#11266) Cosmos 1076
    > ...
    > On a rev earlier the satellite will cross the American continent from S to
    N
    > beginning around 13:12 UTC (55.8N, 131.1W).
    >
    > Cosmos 1076 aka "Okean-E" is a big piece (1950 kg) and looks like a
    cylinder
    > with two solar panels.
    >
    
    
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