USA 160

From: Jeremy Ollerenshaw (jolleren@earthlink.net)
Date: Tue Feb 11 2003 - 05:28:15 EST

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    Last night I was able to view a nice near overhead pass of USA 160 (26905
    2001-40A) and its companion USA 160 deb (26907 2001-40C). I was interested
    to know the latest thought as to their identity. Are these 2 of a
    malfunctioned NOSS triad or a single payload and some debris. There was some
    discussion of a possible Atlas launch in November 2002 that might help clear
    up the mystery. They make an interesting pair and I was just curious. Also,
    has there been any recent movement in any the pair.
    
    Jeremy Ollerenshaw
    Time Z:	-5.0 hours
    Lat:		N33.9814
    Long:		W84.4780
    Alt:		335.0 meters
    
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