Fw: question about Kosmos 2406

From: Fam. F. de Graaff (f.c.de.graaff@freeler.nl)
Date: Fri Jun 11 2004 - 15:41:05 EDT

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    Hello to you all,
    I know that SeeSat is not a group for Spaceflights, but I read some mails
    from members of the group about the new satellite in orbit.
    I then thought immediately that I could ask you something about that item.
    I sent an e- mail to Russian Forces this morning ( in Holland)
    I send you this mail forward so you can all read it.
    Maybe one of you have an answer for me.
    Thanks a lot,
    Frits- The Netherlands
    51.9830 degrees N. and 5.8000 degrees E.
    ----- Original Message ----- 
    From: Fam. F. de Graaff
    To: info@ russianforces.org
    Sent: Friday, June 11, 2004 1:25 PM
    Subject: question about Kosmos 2406
    Dear Sirs, Ladies,
    I have a problem and hope you can help me.
    It is wonderful that today Kosmos 2406 is launched succesfully, but what
    gives me a problem is that on March 27 also a Kosmos 2406 has been launched.
    It is not likely that 2 spacecraft get the same name.
    Please can you tell me what is going on and where I go wrong in my thinking.
    I am very interested in this matter and I cannot understand this.
    Please, if you have a minute to answer me, I will be very happy and
    Thank you anyway for your taking your time and energy  for me.
    Most friendly and respectful regards from,
    Frits de Graaff
    The Netherlands
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