Re: possible decay

From: Ed Cannon (ecannon@mail.utexas.edu)
Date: Sun Jun 27 2004 - 00:39:21 EDT

  • Next message: Ted Molczan: "TJM obs of 2004 Jun 27 UTC incl PPAS"

    It appears to me that Scott Dalton and Brian Cook did see a 
    re-entry.  It seems to have been several minutes earlier than 
    given by these elements (still the latest as of a few minutes
    ago):
    
    SL-12 R/B(AUX MOTOR)
    1 22273U 92088E   04178.90776223  .99999999  77010-6  20843-2 0  5256
    2 22273  46.6044 117.5580 0739211 132.0232 235.4823 14.87161965101035
    
    Maybe Daniel Crawford and his wife did not due to twilight 
    being too bright?  They were farthest north and also farthest 
    west by almost 15 degrees.
    
    Scott Dalton -- 39.6731N  75.7239W
    Brian Cook -- 43.6485 N, 79.5818 W
    Daniel Crawford -- 45.049 -93.369
    
    Hope to see more reports!
    
    Ed Cannon - ecannon@mail.utexas.edu - Austin, Texas, USA
    
    
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