Re: New Reentry over Brazil Registered

From: Carlos Bella via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Sun, 28 Dec 2014 13:45:58 -0200
A natural bolide It´s a possibility.

From the video of Campo Grande city the object comes from East to West,
from the video of Dourados city the movement is the West to East, as Campo
grande is at north of Dourados so I believe that the bolide comes from West
and crossed between Campo Grande and Dourados.


Carlos


2014-12-28 13:22 GMT-02:00 Marco Langbroek <marco.langbroek_at_online.nl>:

> Ted Molczan via Seesat-l schreef op 28-12-2014 om 14:53:
>
>> Carlos Bella wrote:
>>
>>  Certainly a re-entry was viewed of several cities of the Mato Grosso do
>>>> Sul state around 04:30 UTC
>>>>
>>>
>> I do not see any obvious candidates in USSTATCOM's orbital data. If it
>> was a re-entry, then perhaps the object was in an
>> unpublished orbit. To decide what was seen, it will be necessary to
>> document as fully as possible the locations where it
>> was seen, and accurate descriptions of its trajectory. Interesting and
>> worth following up.
>>
>> Ted Molczan
>>
>
>
> Looking at the video, I am not convinced this certainly must be a
> re-entry. It moves over a considerable part of the sky in some 30 seconds.
> I think a very slow, ~12 km/s meteorite producing fireball is also an
> option that should certainly be kept open. Is there anything known about
> the direction of movement?
>
> - Marco
>
>
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