RE: Reentry of 14052B / 40142

From: Ted Molczan via Seesat-l <>
Date: Fri, 2 Jan 2015 09:37:41 -0500
Peter Wakelin has informed me of The University of Wyoming's extensive archive of meteorological data, which includes
upper atmosphere data from radiosondes:

Peter found data for two locations near the relevant area and time. Here are pdfs of the displayed data:

The measured data is similar to the computer predicted data which I included on my previous post. My impression remains
that the net effect on a falling object would have been to move it to the northwest, consistent with the location of the
debris several kilometres to the north of the estimated re-entry ground track, as depicted here:

Ted Molczan

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