Cosmos 2366 launched

Alan Pickup (alan@wingar.demon.co.uk)
Thu, 26 Aug 1999 20:44:07 +0100

Russia has launched another military satellite, Cosmos 2366, using a
Cosmos-3M rocket from Plesetsk.

The latest elsets, with guessed line zero data by me, are:
Cosmos 2366      2.1  2.0  0.0  6.5 d    5       1008 x 963 km
1 25892U 99045A   99238.63406988  .00004019  00000-0  42776-2 0    36
2 25892  82.9310 183.1269 0030524 274.4611  85.3535 13.73894992    26
Cosmos 2366 r    7.4  2.4  0.0  5.5 d   10       997 x 963 km
1 25893U 99045B   99238.70671560  .00004151  00000-0  42900-2 0    19
2 25893  82.9332 183.0836 0022729 271.6236  88.2298 13.75513104    23

They are visible over northern latitudes after midnight local time as
they head southwards into eclipse near 47 deg N. they leave eclipse
about 30 min later, still southbound and near 63 deg S.

Alan
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