EORSAT C*2326 #23748

bjorn@tt-tech.se
Thu, 21 Dec 1995 10:56:01 +0100

Allen Thompson asked:

>Cosmos 2326 is an EORSAT?

Ted Molczan replied:

Yes it is. It is an a standard EORSAT orbit:

1 23748U 95071A   95354.60793025  .00000319  00000-0  10000-4 0    49
2 23748  65.0188 134.2152 0005986 234.4954 125.5695 15.52035912    96

As posted by Mike McCants.
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Like previous EORSATs, it is also continously maneuvred. It is
in the same orbit plane as C*2293 #23336, and passes 30 minutes
after this. C*2313 #23596 is in a plane 80 degrees west, and
passes 30 minutes before #23336. They are all more or less visible
in the mornings at northern latitudes now - #23596 exiting shadow
southbound near 61N - the other two exiting NB near 58N, so they
will be visible further S in about a month's time.


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