Re: reentry? NW US

Dale Ireland (direland@drdale.com)
Tue, 5 Jan 1999 18:58:47 -0800

Alan
The evening news reported that "astronomers at the University of Washington"
"positively identified" the object as a meteor.

Dale Ireland
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-----Original Message-----

>I can't find a decay candidate for this. #24086 (94- 29 EH = STEP_2
>Pegasus debris) is the closest in time with probable decay about January
>5.5, but the orbital plane was too far away from Seattle.
>
>Alan
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