FW: C* 2228: WOW!, OBS requested, data analysis

MALEY, PAUL D. (paul.d.maley1@jsc.nasa.gov)
Fri, 26 Sep 1997 08:08:44 -0500

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> Subject: 	C* 2228: WOW!, OBS requested, data analysis
> After a careful analysis, there definitely seem to be different
> periods 
> imbedded within the so-called "regular" behavior. 
> Can it be that different parts of 2228 are rotating with respect to
> one 
> another?  I would be particularly interested to have the opinions of
> Paul 
> Maley, the Russians, etc., on this question. 
>>>This spacecraft is similar to the Okean design. If you check Europe &
Asia in Space 1993-1994, you can see that the the external surface
construction is very, very complex. If the satellite begins to tumble,
there is no telling how many different objects will at some time be
reflecting light back to the earth. 

Paul D. Maley
DO5/Cargo Operations
NASA Johnson Space Center
Houston TX 77058 USA
phone: 281-244-0208
fax: 281-244-7622
email:      paul.d.maley1@jsc.nasa.gov
latitude 29.5378 north; longitude 95.0868 west; altitude 6 m