Data from MIR during De-Orbit

From: Rush Austin (RushA@data-tech.com)
Date: Mon Feb 26 2001 - 12:23:01 PST

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    My apologies if the is too far off topic.
    
    I'm wondering how long MIR will be able to transmit data about itself during
    its final orbits/decay?  I'm guessing there will be several limiting
    factors:
    *Keeping the station in proper alignment for transmission.
    *Integrity of antennaes.
    (I'm sure there are others.)
    
    I liken this to listening to MIR moan it its death throes..
    
    Rush
    35.855N	-82.198W
    Celo, NC 
    
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