Re: Decay Report Jan 13

From: Sebastian Stabroth (s.stabroth@tu-bs.de)
Date: Mon Jan 14 2002 - 14:32:42 EST

  • Next message: Sebastian Stabroth: "Re: Decay Report Jan 13"

    Hmm, where is the 'significantly error' in the impact prediction of
    SPACECOM? Their +/-7 min window is well within your prediction ...
    Or do I overlook something?
    
    Cheers,
    Sebastian
    
    > 1980-069A (#11932) Cosmos 1206
    > SPACECOM'S FINAL REPORT - prepared Jan 13, 19:59 UTC shows the
    > decay on
    >       13 January, 19:38 UTC +/- 07 minutes (69.0S, 107.0E)
    > on a northbound pass over Antarctica.
    > MPM+REENTRY delivers with the ELSETs 02013.344... - 01013,710...
    > the decay on
    >       13 January, 19:36 UTC +/- 07 minutes  (79.20, 12.63E)
    > on an ascending pass over Antarctica.
    > This time is identical with my preceding prediction a couple of
    > hours prior decay. There is a final ELSET - 02013.789... - strange
    > looking. I didn't use it. SPACECOM'S "impact" position is also
    > significantly in error, not consistent in Lat/Long.
    
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