RE: The four new objects

From: Ted Molczan (molczan@rogers.com)
Date: Mon Feb 16 2004 - 00:33:11 EST

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    Congratulations, Mike, on another fine effort predicting and tracking a high
    altitude manoeuvre.
    
    For the Titan IV 2nd stage, I recommend this elset from the DSP 19 launch in
    1999, which I have rotated to the circumstances of the DSP 22 launch:
    
    DSP 22 r1        9.8  3.0  0.0  4.8 v
    1 70000U          04046.22727106  .00358508 -54120-5  46417-3 0    36
    2 70000  28.6319 246.9168 0404647  78.8743 285.6917 15.33214674    66
    
    This should be reasonably predictive. 
    
    There appear not to be any immediate visibility windows at the latitudes of the
    most active observers, but some will open before it decays.
    
    Ted Molczan
    
    
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