Re: ROSAT: Last ELSETs "Top Secret" ?

From: Paul Salanitri (paul.salanitri@gmail.com)
Date: Sun Oct 23 2011 - 12:27:51 UTC

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    I'll also try and do some reverse engineer analysis, including photo
    observations from Florida etc.
    
    And also will try and do further analysis on the "status" of these objects
    and the "information policies".
    
    Interesting.
    
    Paul Salanitri
    
    On Sun, Oct 23, 2011 at 8:02 PM, Harro Zimmer <Harro.Zimmer@t-online.de>wrote:
    
    > Report time October 23, 09:45 UT
    >
    > 1990-049A (#20638) ROSAT
    > At this moment we have seen the last
    > released ELSET with the epoch October 21,
    > 20:35:40 UTC and then silence.
    > Why? Was it a special case of information
    > policy by USSTRATCOM? And again why?
    > We forecasters were cut off from final
    > decay predictions. I hope we will see
    > some times later one or two ELSETs to verify
    > their "final" final conclusion or give
    > a more precise time and coords.
    >
    > Harro
    >
    > Harro Zimmer Berlin
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