Decay height (for ISS)

From: DeHBeaver0@aol.com
Date: Sat Apr 29 2000 - 15:31:09 PDT

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    From the New York Times: As of April 29 (2000), the ISS was at a height of 
    227 miles above earth. Whether this information was in standard miles of 
    knautical miles it did not say. 
        
        Does anyone know what the approx. height, in both standard and knautical 
    miles, the Station or ANY object would decay, AS OF NOW, considering the 
    solar max. 
                                                -Ben
    
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