Re: OIG Catalog Action Report for the week ending January 19

From: Tristan Cools (
Date: Mon Jan 21 2002 - 17:51:41 EST

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    At 15:44 21/01/02 -0500, you wrote:
    >> Internatnl
    >> Designator   CatNo Common Name               Source LaunchDate
    >> ------------ ----- ------------------------- ------ ----------
    >> 2001-049F    27063 PSLV DEB                  IND    2001/10/22
    >Does "IND" stand for India?
    >At any rate, it looks like a satellite exploed into about 200 pieces of
    >debris.  Definitely not a positive thing.
    >Jonathan T. Wojack       
    Yes, true.  
    Can somebody do a Cola-test for close encounters of these PSLV debris with
    the satellite PROBA(2001-49B/26958) for the next few days ?  It is in a
    similar orbit.  
    Although the chance of a collision is slight, I cannot rule out any
    I tried to do a Cola/Allcola run, but the program crashes each
    time.(probably my fault anyway I think)
    Tristan Cools
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