Molniya 1-92? (Re: Reentry over Brasil ?)

From: Marco Langbroek (marco.langbroek@online.nl)
Date: Fri May 24 2013 - 21:44:49 UTC

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    Op 24-5-2013 23:26, Carlos Bella schreef:
    > Mr. Langbroekaccording to the witnesses would have been around 22:00 local time.
    >
    > I saw that the Molniya 1-92 (# 27707) was also by decay and would, according to
    > Heavensat, travel close to the region around this local time. Could it be?
    >
    > Carlos Bella
    
    
    Somehow I managed to overlook that one!!!!
    
    It did indeed pass near 1:00 UT for the given locatrion, also close to perigee.
    
    Like Kosmos 1188 it was apparently still in orbit many hours later though, per 
    the available tle's.
    
    But time and position do match (and better so than for Kosmos 1188) for a pass 
    of this near-decay object.
    
    - Marco
    
    
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