Re: Request for information FengYun 1C Debris

From: Duncan Kitchin (duncan@kitchinonline.com)
Date: Sat Jan 20 2007 - 03:30:50 EST

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    Many thanks to all those who responded to my request; that was very 
    enlightening. I must say I'm more than a little concerned...
    
    Regards
    Duncan
    
    tony dinkel wrote:
    > Isn't this the same country that has villages even in the normal 
    > downrange tracks within the azimuth constraints? I seem to recall 
    > quite a body count several years ago due to a launch failure. I don't 
    > know if there was ever an official death toll published but the video 
    > was chilling.
    >
    > I am interested to find out if there has been any discussion as to the 
    > size range of the debris, size of the debris field and decay 
    > predictions since the size to weight numbers should be smaller that 
    > the original object.
    >
    > Anyone listening to NAVSPASUR lately, any increased activity?
    >
    > td
    >
    >
    >> > > range safety concerns constrain the launch azimuth to between
    >> > > 94 and 104 degrees or approximately EAST. How did they shoot
    >> > > something to the WEST?
    >> > > -Tyler
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