Re: Decay watch: 2002 November 5

From: Tristan Cools (tristan.cools@skynet.be)
Date: Tue Nov 05 2002 - 16:40:11 EST

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    At 19:50 5/11/02 +0000, you wrote:
    
    >Note: Neither SCC's final analysis nor any further elsets have appeared.
    >I show it decaying over the Atlantic following the northbound equator
    >crossing at the end of this SatEvo-predicted orbit:
    >Cosmos 1154      5.0  1.5  0.0  5.4 v   19       135 x 128 km
    >1 11682U 80008A   02308.84288089  .64028773  69631+1  48073-3 0 91510
    >2 11682  81.1676 318.8292 0005200 282.3569  77.5849 16.53049518794781
    >_____________________________________________________________________
    
    
    I've read a report of a possible satellite decay over Turky:
    
    This is a translation from Dutch:
    
    Around 5u30(probably local time) in the morning a bright 'falling star' was
    seen at Bodrum Turky.  The front was like a ball with after that a brigh ,
    broad yellow tail.
    
    Could this be Cosmos 1153 ?
    
    Greetings,
    
    
    
    Tristan Cools tristan.cools@skynet.be
    Belgian Working Group Satellites(BWGS) webmaster
    
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