Re: FSW-1 decay

Josh R. Williams (jrwsat@gatecoms.gatecom.com)
Tue, 27 Feb 1996 21:20:15 -0500 (EST)

J.M.,

Well with the way it is accelerating and the perigee is getting lower 
everyday In my opinion the March 2nd Date looks pretty accurate.. It 
looks like we may be able to see this one in the Northern US, and Mid to 
Lower Canada depending on where it actually reenters.. The perigee is 
happening around Montana and the Dakotas... If anyone has any else to 
add, shoot,

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On Tue, 27 Feb 1996, J.M.Marchant wrote:

> As it's getting perilously close to FSW-1's decay time, does anyone
> have the latest estimates on exactly when (or as near as damn) they
> think it's going to hit? The last I heard (last week) was "sometime 
> on March 2nd". Any changes since then?
> 
> Many thanks
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