Cosmos 1076 dkr

From: Jim Nix (nixj@bellsouth.net)
Date: Thu Aug 09 2001 - 17:26:41 PDT

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    Hi,
    
    Showing excellent near zenith shadow pass predawn this location, this would be two orbits prior to predicted
    decay by Harro and Spacecom.   As it descends in the NW at 5:11  local,  10:11 UT, skymap shows it to be
    visible from 30 or 20 d elev to horizon at 3.5 to 5.2.  Using Bjoern's and latest elsets from OIG noted
    below.  Will observe weather permitting.
    
    The next pass over the US will also be from S to N over the California-Arizona border area and into
    western Utah about 88 min later.
    
    DDK Cosmos 1076  3.0  1.1  0.0  5.5 v   16     BG
    1 11266U 79011A   01222.41943397  .27949013  85929+0  35106-3 0 98547
    2 11266  82.4672  14.9454 0005342 259.1897 100.7502 16.49706090232609
    DDK2 COSMOS 1076 3.0  1.1  0.0  5.5 v   16      OIG
    1 11266U 79011A   01221.80830385  .04829226  00000-0  53622-3 0  8583
    2 11266  82.4737  15.6776 0013585 260.3654  99.6736 16.36928002232564
    
    
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    Jim Nix |  Raleigh Springs #8936  35.2131N 89.9354W  90m
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