Re: Wishing I could visit the Southern Ocean...

From: Markus Mehring (m.m@gmx.de)
Date: Thu Feb 10 2000 - 14:26:59 PST

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    On Thu, 10 Feb 2000 02:54:14 -0600, you (Ed Cannon
    <ecannon@mail.utexas.edu>) wrote:
    
    >I'd kind of like to see a fair-sized object whose apogee is 
    >20000km pass through the zenith at a height of 92 km!  However, 
    >I suppose that it might not be very shiny by the time its 
    >perigee is that low....
    
    Now that we're at it, just recently I observed an almost decaying object
    that I still can't explain convincingly. IMO, it most likely wasn't an
    artificial object, but it looked really odd. Do any of the decay-experts
    know of an object with an extremely low perigee over europe or the northern
    hemisphere, and <beat> in a slightly retrograde orbit of maybe ~100?
    
    
    CU!	Markus
    
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