Article on decay of SNOE

From: Robert Holdsworth (
Date: Tue Dec 02 2003 - 12:47:08 EST

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    An article on the projected decay of 25633 SNOE is at:
    This object does not seem to appear as yet in Alan Pickup's decay watch, but
    I guess it will!
    A useful tip on how I obtained this information- I use google's email news
    alerts to send me  searches on "satellite launch."
    As the word "launch" was contained in the article I happened to get this one
    but now I am going to set one up for "satellite decay" and "satellite
    re-entry" - however there are of course  various other words that the media
    use to describe decays.
    The google alerts are a really useful way to catch info on decays and
    launches reasonably quickly, in addition to the information on this list.
    I also have one on "International Space Station" and there are frequent
    articles on it though much of the material is of course duplicated
    (With my observing luck lately the decay will occur right over my head with
    100 percent cloud cover ;-)
    Robert Holdsworth
    New Zealand
    41.2610S, 174.9470E
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