Catalogue now more than 34000

From: Leo Barhorst (l.barhorst@upcmail.nl)
Date: Fri Feb 27 2009 - 17:43:07 UTC

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    The count for the debris of the collission between C2251 and Ir57 has now
    reached 278 (1993-36 A-LP) and 136 (1997-51 A-ER) pieces; in total 414.
    
    The catalogue# has jumped over the 34000 now.
    Included is a graphic that shows the 1000 catalogue# versus the date the
    list reached that point.
    Clearly visible is the jump caused by the fragmentation of FengYun 1C in Jan
    2006 and the sharp increase there after. The latest braek-up keeps the line
    going up although not so steep.
    
    Below is the datalist I use to generate the graphic.
    
          1  1957-01 A 4-10-1957 19571004
          1000  1965-08 B 11-2-1965 19650211
          2000  1966-10 B 10-2-1966 19660210
          3000  1967-100A 18-10-1967 19671018
          4000   1969-56 A 29-6-1969 19690629
          5000  1970-25HW 17-2-1971 19710217 (= for 05003 1971-17 A)
          6000  1972-31 A 16-4-1972 19720416
          7000  1973-106A 25-12-1973 19731225
          8000  1966-76 F 3-7-1975 19750703 (= for 08006 1975-61 A)
          9000  1975-04CJ 8-7-1976 19760708 (= for 09006 1976-65 A)
          10000  1977-34 A 12-5-1977 19770512
          11000  1978-77 B 7-8-1978 19780807
          12000  1973-86GL 5-10-1980 19801005 (= for 12003 1980-81 A)
          13000   1981-120D 17-12-1981 19811217
          14000  1977-68 G 17-4-1983 19830417 (= for 14002 1983-33 A)
          15000  1984-52 C 28-5-1984 19840528
          16000  1985-78 B 29-8-1985 19850829
          17000  1976-77EX 6-10-1986 19861006 (= for 17001 1986-76 A)
          18000  1987-44 B 19-5-1987 19870519
          19000   1976-77FH 24-3-1988 19880324 (= for 19011 1988-25 A)
          20000  1989-37 A 24-5-1989 19890524
          21000  1990-109A 16-11-1990 19901116
          22000  1992-34 A 25-6-1992 19920625
          23000  1994-11 B 12-2-1994 19940212
          24000   1994-29AV 31-7-1996 19960731 (= for 24071 1996-43 A)
          25000  1968-81 G 4-10-1997 19971004 (= for 25002 1997-58 A) Exactly 40 
    years after 00001 !!!
          26000  1991-68 K 21-12-1999 19991221 (= for 26032 1999-70 A)
          27000   2001-55 D 7-12-2001 20011207
          28000  1988-85AW 15-10-2003 20031015 (= for 28043 2003-45 A)
          29000  1997-07 C 30-3-2006 20060330 (= for 28996 2006-09 A)
          30000  1968-81 J 27-1-2007 20070127 (= for 29714 2007-02 A)
          31000  1999-25BCS 7-4-2007 20070407 (=for 31100 2007-08 A)
          32000  2005-09 B 3-8-2007 20070803 (=for 32001 2007 33 A)
          33000   1978-12 E 31-5-2008 20080531 (=for 32960 2008 27 A)
          34000  1993 36 GK 26-2-2009 20090226 (=for 34111 2009 09 A)
    
    
    As Seesat-L doesn't allow attachments anyone interrested in the graphic can 
    send me
    an email and I'll send it.
    
    
    Greetings and clear skies,
    Leo Barhorst Almere The Netherlands
    52.3717 N 05.2580 E -2 m MSL 
    
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