Re: A third object with Shuttle & ISS

From: Daniel Crawford (djcunix@sound.scc.net)
Date: Mon Dec 02 2002 - 19:14:34 EST

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    From space.com
    
    Another hour or so later (after separation), the shuttle crew plans to
    deploy a small Air Force satellite experiment inot Earth orbit that is
    designed to study orbital mechanics and the way the tiny spacecraft
    interact with each other.
    
    (typos mine)
    
    Daniel
    
    On Mon, 2 Dec 2002, Ed Cannon wrote:
    
    > Mike McCants just told me about this.  There's apparently something
    > else up there in the same orbit (27562 below).  Did they drop
    > something on a spacewalk?
    >
    > ISS (ZARYA)
    > 1 25544U 98067A   02336.18166133  .00140171  00000-0  19004-2 0  4314
    > 2 25544  51.6360 289.4670 0003111 225.9823 275.3484 15.56678595230179
    > STS-113
    > 1 27556U 02052A   02336.87613426  .00013720  00000-0  19050-3 0   335
    > 2 27556  51.6321 285.9871 0005671 239.0873 196.7245 15.57320542  1353
    > UNK
    > 1 27562U 02052B   02336.91999461  .00009532  00000-0  13059-3 0    17
    > 2 27562  51.6512 285.7530 0006462 207.3559 114.4692 15.58112573    19
    >
    > Going out now to attempt to see the two bright ones (no binoculars
    > with me).
    >
    > Ed Cannon - ecannon@mail.utexas.edu - Austin, Texas, USA
    >
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