Decay Report

From: Harro.Zimmer (Harro.Zimmer@t-online.de)
Date: Fri Jul 28 2000 - 03:02:20 PDT

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    Report time 09:20 UTC
     For all three objects SpaceCom has no released a FINAL REPORT at this time.
    
    2000-024B (#26357)  TITAN 4B R/B
    
    SpaceCom's  2 HOURS BEFORE DECAY - prepared July 27, 07:48 UTC - shows the decay 
    on             27 July, 10:10 UTC +/-03 hours (23.1N, 104.6E)
    on a southbound pass over China near the border to Vietnam
    MPM + REENTRY delivers with the last ELSETs 00209.097... and 00209.219... the 
    decay  on      27 July, 10:07 UTC +/- 22 minutes (23.50N, 103.60E)
    on the same pass also over China.
    
    1997-085A (#25123) EARLY BIRD
    SpaceCom's  2 HOURS BEFORE DECAY  - prepared July 27, 12:34 UTC - shows 
                   27 July, 14:46 UTC +/-03 hours (26.6N, 311.7E)
    on a descending pass over the Atlantic
    MPM + REENTRY delivers with last released ELSETs 00209.405... and 00209.526...
    the decay on   27 July, 14:40 UTC +/- 22 minutes (47.28N, 317.1E)
    on  the same pass also over the Atlantic.
    
    1994-021H (#23050) Proton upper stage AUXILIARY MOTOR
    As I mentioned in a preceding message this object seems unpredictable based
    on last released ELSETs. Now very late SpaceCom has issued a new "last" ELSET
    00207.747... but no further reports. With MPM + REENTRY it delivers:
                   27 July, 18:49 UTC +/- 45 minutes (34.30S, 110.80E)
    on a southbound pass over the Indian Ocan in a good agreement with SpaceCom's
    6 HOURS BEFORE DECAY message (18:47 UTC +/- 06 hours, 30.1S, 108.5E).
    
    Harro
    
    Harro.Zimmer@t-online.de
    Berlin, Germany
      
    
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