Re: PAM-D piece recovered after decay

From: Daniel Deak (
Date: Tue May 08 2001 - 07:08:11 PDT

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    Ed Cannon wrote:
    > I don't remember hearing that Deltas do depletion burns and wonder
    > if it would be even remotely possible to see one.
    Hi Ed,
    Yes they do and they are very spectacular naked eye events. It's the second
    stage that perform this maneuver, usually a few seconds after the final burn,
    the evasive one.
    I've observed two of them, including one that happened nearly overhead. See the
    drawings I made of the two events :
    February 8, 2000 :
    August 17, 1999 :
    Daniel Deak
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    Drummondville, Quebec
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