two russian rockets in the sky

From: Kevin Fetter (kfetter@yahoo.com)
Date: Mon Jan 12 2004 - 04:20:37 EST

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    Take a look at passes of these two rockets, on the evening of Jan 13
    
    SL-16 R/B
    1 16182U 85097B   04008.95590449 +.00000025 +00000-0 +36922-4 0 04497
    2 16182 071.0018 250.9604 0007700 337.2312 022.8469 14.15839270941429
    SL-16 R/B
    1 19120U 88039B   04008.82377885 -.00000064 +00000-0 -77107-5 0 08113
    2 19120 071.0117 249.4927 0022990 152.1120 208.1304 14.18448635810217
    
    Depending on when they make a pass for your location, will effect how close they appear to each
    other. Should make for a nice view.
    
    Kevin
    
    
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