Re: Mir splash point

From: Allen Thomson (thomsona@flash.net)
Date: Sun Feb 04 2001 - 20:18:52 PST

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    > Also, if it helps the discussions, space.com updated their news yesterday
    on
    > the splashdown.
    
    Note that, assuming that impact is going to be at 47S, 140W on a descending
    pass (which seems to be consistent with most Russian statements and general
    good sense),  the reentry ground track over South-central Japan - Marshall
    Islands - Tonga  is essentially independent of the actual time and date of
    the operation.  "When" may be uncertain modulo some number of revs, but
    "where" is pretty well fixed by geometry.
    
    
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