Cosmos 2371 Elset Lag?

From: Ron Lee (ronlee@pcisys.net)
Date: Wed Jul 05 2000 - 10:01:15 PDT

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    Cosmos 2371                                      35882 x 252 km
    1 26394U 00036A   00187.24687931 -.00000075  00000-0  00000-0 0    38
    2 26394  48.6078 288.4708 7287561 359.9928 167.0156  2.27173361    05
    Cosmos 2371 Proton r                             190 x 183 km
    1 26395U 00036B   00187.53257290  .02169096  12189-4  37171-3 0    51
    2 26395  51.6220 285.7482 0004979 297.3436  62.7222 16.32211507    90
    Cosmos 2371 Proton platform                      167 x 164 km
    1 26396U 00036C   00187.59323442  .18823539  12435-4  13226-2 0    99
    2 26396  51.6080 285.4092 0002271  37.7863 322.3292 16.40279101   109
    Cosmos 2371 Blok DM r                            35893 x 34572 km
    1 26397U 00036D   00186.80585361 -.00000357  00000-0  10000-3 0    11
    2 26397   1.2421 281.7608 0158699  22.7661 355.3736  1.02293988    07
    
    I see the Blok DM rkt is in a GEO orbit but the payload is not.  I assume
    that #26394 is in the same basic orbit as #26397.
    
    Ron Lee
    
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