Some interesting elsets

Bjorn Gimle (bjorn.gimle@online.dextel.se)
04 Aug 1995 14:04:31 GMT

Decaying objects:

Cosmos 2264
1 22808U 93060A   95215.22546239 +.00679815 +73075-5 +20788-3 0 03561
2 22808 064.9758 215.2527 0039583 244.7942 114.9175 16.24107689109210
Cosmos 2312 SL-6 Rk
1 23585U 95026B   95215.20829779 +.01041658 +83878-5 +46393-3 0 01412
2 23585 062.8026 225.7398 0066112 124.0198 236.7260 16.16303390011129

New objects not in thirty.tle:

Cosmos 2318 J
1 23630U 95037J   95215.16520954 +.00000101 +00000-0 -41122-4 0 00057
2 23630 064.8159 211.5391 5798607 297.0622 015.9781 04.23309131000031
Cosmos 2318 K
1 23631U 95037K   95215.16554435 +.00000065 +00000-0 -76405-4 0 00072
2 23631 064.8809 211.4212 5798062 297.0753 015.9811 04.23292483000041
Interball tail probe
1 23632U 95039A   95215.05102934 +.00000250 +00000-0 +10000-4 0 00036
2 23632 063.8147 259.6751 9329340 314.5641 001.9208 00.26375850000002
Interball Rk
1 23633U 95039B   95215.11827090 +.00000163 +67889-5 +10000-4 0 00026
2 23633 062.8284 260.5684 0387031 112.2199 252.0536 15.22046128000023
Interball fragment
1 23634U 95039C   95215.11863554 +.00002142 +67711-5 +10000-4 0 00025
2 23634 062.8070 260.6048 0436956 112.2366 252.3109 15.19699172000027

The two decaying objects should be easy to see both mornings and 
evenings in large parts of the world.

The Interball probe will make its second "low altitude" pass 
climbing over Europe on the evening of Aug. 06 .

I have not yet grabbed today's elsets from OIG.
They should be there a few hours after I send this.


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