Re: Possible Source of Ugandan rocket

From: Tom Wagner (sciteach@mchsi.com)
Date: Wed Apr 10 2002 - 18:48:45 EDT

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    >It would be interesting to see the precise co-ordinates
    for Kasambya...
    
    At
    http://www.calle.com/world/uganda/Ka.html
    I found 16 places listed as being Kasambya! They are all pretty close to
    each other. Maybe they are the same place. I didn't take the time to find
    out. Anyway, the coordinates for each is listed...in better detail if you
    click on the name of the place.
    
    Tom W.
    Iowa
    USA
    
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "Harro Zimmer" <Harro.Zimmer@t-online.de>
    To: <SeeSat-L@satobs.org>
    Cc: <baalke@jpl.nasa.gov>
    Sent: Wednesday, April 10, 2002 3:41 PM
    Subject: Re: Possible Source of Ugandan rocket
    
    
    
    An analysis with MPM+REENTRY and the FINAL ELSET 02086.678...
    confirms Alan's interpretation (1985-035C, #15679).
    Based on a little bit different co-ordinates for Mubende
    0.35N, 31.23E I found the time for the 24.8 km altitude
    (start of the free fall):
                 27 March, 17:44:28 UTC +/- 01 minute
    The decayer rised about 17:42:01 UTC (AZ 263).
    It would be interesting to see the precise co-ordinates
    for Kasambya...
    
    Harro
    
    Harro.Zimmer@t-online.de
    Berlin, Germany
    
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