Re: Yet more FengYun debris

From: Greg Williams (k4hsm@lock-net.com)
Date: Tue Feb 13 2007 - 22:24:56 EST

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    I believe the satellite was struck head on by the ASAT weapon, so it 
    would be traveling in completely opposite directions.
    
    Greg
    
    David Anderman wrote:
    > Concerning those objects with a very high apogee, has anyone 
    > considered the possibility that the Chinese ASAT weapon used something 
    > similar to buckshot and that the objects with high apogees are simply 
    > particles that missed?
    >
    > DWA
    >
    >
    > At 09:07 AM 2/13/2007, Edward S Light wrote:
    >
    >> Another batch has been catalogued ... through
    >> 30478 = 99-025AGR
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