Re: Has OIG "lost" Iridium 84 ?

From: Ed Cannon (ecannon@mail.utexas.edu)
Date: Thu Jan 11 2001 - 01:27:22 PST

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    I just queried OIG, and Iridium 84 still has not been updated.
    Has anyone observed it since Jan. 5?
    
    IRIDIUM 84
    1 25530U 98066D   01005.63685683 -.18147655  00000-0 -55546+1 0  1485
    2 25530  86.5376 340.1197 0002257 311.1302  49.0069 14.51006879116045
    
    By the way, I happened to notice a day or two ago that Spacecom
    seems to have lost the following object:
    
    DELTA 1 R/B(2)
    1 11006U 78079C   00341.33520161  .00001092  00000-0  62928-3 0  1903
    2 11006  28.2195 312.1598 1279311  54.4287 316.8859 12.17298483858556
    
    Some morning passes are coming up here in a week or two, so I 
    may try to see it then.  Its RCS in Mike McCants' RCS file for 
    Dec. 30 is 13.9 square meters.  
    
    Ed Cannon - ecannon@mail.utexas.edu - Austin, Texas, USA
    
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