Re: Ariane R/B decayed

From: Tony Beresford (aberesford@iprimus.com.au)
Date: Sat Jan 26 2002 - 07:28:21 EST

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    At 21:49 26/01/02, you wrote:
    >2000-076B (#26625) Ariane 44L R/B
    >
    >SPACECOM'S FINAL REPORT - prepared Jan 25, 19:51 UTC - shows 
    >the decay on
    >    25 January, 06:56 UTC +/- 07 minutes (06.0N, 142.0E)
    >on a descending pass over the Pacific.
    >MPM+REENTRY delivers with the ELSETs 02024.821... - 02025.145...
    >and SFX 225, ap 005 the decay on
    >    25 January, 05:32 UTC +/- 22 minutes (05.46N, 167.27E)
    >also descending over the Pacific.
    >I see no reason for the later decay predicted by SPACECOM. There
    >is also a significant crosstrack deviation. The result seems very
    >doubtful.
    Harro , what about an decay observation report from Guam
    I guess if it had been a satellite based or radar the time 
    error quoted would be less of course.
    Tony Beresford
    
    
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