New rocket

Kevin Fetter (kfetter@geocities.com)
Wed, 21 Apr 1999 10:58:00 -0400

A new satellite was place into orbit using a SS-18 (satans) missile. 

UOSAT-12
1 25693U 99022A   99111.47112622 -.00052455  00000-0 -78512-2 0    26
2 25693  64.5600 317.6906 0009974 317.4712  42.5639 14.74748105    26
SNAP-1
1 25694U 99022B   99111.47140492 -.00263188  00000-0 -42334-1 0    22
2 25694  64.5644 317.6986 0001284  32.8057 327.3141 14.73123994    23
SS-18 R/B
1 25695U 99022C   99111.41794578  .00051246  00000-0  20352-1 0    21
2 25695  64.5615 317.9428 0544783 128.3619 236.7711 13.69398673    25

Cat.# Int.ID   Name           YrMoDa Pd.min  MM/dot  Inc   Ecc     Apo-Km-Peri
25693 99022A   UOSAT-12       990421   97.6 -.00052  64.6 .00100    653    639
25694 99022B   SNAP-1         990421   97.8 -.00263  64.6 .00013    652    650
25695 99022C   SS-18 R/B      990421  105.2  .00051  64.6 .05448   1404    599


Sould be interesting to see how bright this rocket body is.


http://www.flatoday.com/space/today/042199b.htm



Kevin