OPS 7310 Titan 34B Agena D rocket

From: Mike Bevan (mike.bevan1@ntlworld.com)
Date: Sat Jun 22 2002 - 18:10:42 EDT


Hi All

Following Alan's Decay notice that the previously classified object  #10994 = 78- 75
B = OPS 7310 Titan 34B Agena D rocket would decay on Jun 25 following the release of
the elements from OIG.
Using Skymap and the TLE below I found that I had a pass over Southern England at
approximately 21:34 UT
At 21:34:20 I observed 10994 pass overhead, it is slowly tumbling with an approximate
2 minute period ranging from mag 3 to a peak of mag 1.

TITAN 34B AGENA D 8.0  1.5  0.0  5.5 d
1 10994U 78075B   02173.53210023  .05456222  73467-5  40584-2 0   126
2 10994  62.6980 194.5809 0276084 124.3443  26.8653 15.68457886466116

I used the following mag data  8.0  1.5  0.0  5.5 d to allow Skymap to give me
an approximate magnitude for the pass.

Mike Bevan
Poole, UK.

50.7556 N, 1.9803 W, 20 m.




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