Re: Cosmos 2313 lowered

Bjoern Gimle (b_gimle@algonet.se)
Fri, 25 Apr 1997 07:07:43 +0200

>
>Russell Eberst wrote:
>>
>>The oldest orbiting EORSAT, Cosmos 2313 (1995-28A, #23596) has had its
>>perigee lowered from 418 to 230 km.  It should therefore steadily
>>proceed to decay, probably in 2-3 months. It may well reach magnitude 1
>>or 2 on overhead passes. No elements are included with this message
>>since the value of ndot/2 given in the set I have, is far too low.
>>It is presently visible in morning skies from high Northern latitudes, but
>>we should all get some opportunities to view it before it decays from its 65
>>degrees orbit.
>
Thanks, Russell! I missed getting OIG elsets for a few days, but today's
show a typical series of sets.
See my page http://www.algonet.se/~b_gimle/eorsat.htm


C*2313
1 23596U 95028A   97114.59589757  .00041574  72532-5  94067-4 0  4558
2 23596  65.0291 202.1680 0140029 255.1224 103.4499 15.82959285106524


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