Starshine decay Forecast Feb 14

From: Harro.Zimmer (Harro.Zimmer@t-online.de)
Date: Mon Feb 14 2000 - 13:16:48 PST

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    Report time 20:30 UTC
     
    1999-030B (#25769) Starshine
    
    MPM shows with the ELSETs 00045.065... - 00045.619... and a solar flux (10.7 cm)
    value of 152  the decay on  
                               Feb 18, 18:50 UTC  +/- 12 hours
    This shift backward reflects the slight decrease of the solar and geomagnetic 
    activity over the last 40 hours.
    The reentry trajectory shows the following positions:           
                         Feb 18 : 18:43.9 UTC  28.00S, 270.7E (Altitude 65.0 km)   
                                  18:50.0 UTC  25.15S, 273.6E (Altitude 00.0 km)
    on a northbound pass over the South Pacific.
    Don't overestimate these positions. The hour of truth comes not before the
    last few revs of the satellite.  
    
    Harro
    
    Harro.Zimmer@t-online.de
    Berlin, Germany
    
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