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From: Tony Beresford (aberesford@iprimus.com.au)
Date: Mon Jul 02 2001 - 16:03:09 PDT

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    1 26859U           1183.33333000  .00000000  00000-0  00000-0 0    23
    2 26859  28.9106  34.8662 9575058  48.3193  75.3429  0.14437199    13
    
    from vector data sent by ralph mcgonahy. For use in estimating positions
    in next perigee pass on july 8. I would guess a standard mag of 
    about 3.5, so i think it would be binocular visible at ranges less
    than 6000 Km ( 3700 miles)
    
    The perigee height in the text is down to 120Km. I guess the Moon
    will pump it up a bit, or it will suffer the fate of the mars climate
    orbiter -)
    Tony Beresford
    Adelaide So. Australia
    
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