Re: Falcon 9 decay

From: Alain Figer (alain.figer@club-internet.fr)
Date: Fri Mar 08 2013 - 17:37:15 UTC

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    Hi Joseph,
    
    
    Please could you explain us what is at the basis of such predictions, because I didn't find any information about it at the URL you quoted, such as:
    
    - observations and/or orbit elements used
    
    - software used for computing decay time and estimating error bands.
    
    Are you using for such predictions - to whatever extent - any information, results and/or software coming from other sites. If that's the case, can you show us the list of your primary sources.
    
    Regards
    
    Alain Figer
    
    
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    Message du : 08/03/2013 18:03
    De : "Joseph Remis " <joseph.remis@gmail.com>
    A : SeeSat-L@satobs.org
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    Sujet : Falcon 9 decay
    
    
     Obj.39116 FALCON 9 R/B current decay prediction is :
    
    2013 March 11 at UTC 02h17min +/-21h
    
    http://i.imgur.com/gZqafzi.jpg
    
    If the decay is within revolutions 153-154 it could be visible from ISS
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