ACCELERATION REPORT 7 April 96

Kurt Jonckheere (kjonckheere@unicall.be)
Sun, 7 Apr 1996 12:03:28 +0000

THE FOLLOWING OBJECTS HAD A JUMP IN MEAN MOTION AND MIGHT ACCELERATE
14760 = 84- 19 B
19922 = 89- 28 B   91- 81 B = 21797
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THE FOLLOWING OBJECTS HAD A JUMP IN MEAN MOTION AND HAVE ACCELERATED
87- 27 B = 17590  
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[latest elements thanks to OIG]


14760 = 84- 19 B
No observations yet.
14760
1 14760U 84019B   96095.88785628 +.00000203 +00000-0 +83982-4 0 06702
2 14760 074.0405 256.0831 0029645 217.0732 142.8353 14.32641562633229


17590 = 87- 27 B : Seen flashing by Wim Holwerda
More observations needed!
17590
1 17590U 87027B   96095.85172198 +.00000187 +00000-0 +11959-3 0 05150
2 17590 070.9983 245.0780 0006624 235.6423 124.4050 14.15837951467725


19922 = 89- 28 B
No observations yet!


21797 = 91- 81 B
The semi-major axis of this rocket changed a lot during Mar '96.  At
the beginning it started increased, but last weeks it is decreasing
rather fast.  Can somebody help me with elements of this object for the
period of 96-3-9 to 96-3-26 ?
21797
1 21797U 91081B   96095.99244317 +.00000325 +00000-0 +31573-3 0 06965
2 21797 082.9511 047.1698 0037405 162.4500 197.7966 13.76316981218838