Re.: PAM-D decayed

From: Harro Zimmer (Harro.Zimmer@t-online.de)
Date: Sun Jul 27 2003 - 12:19:00 EDT

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    Report time: 16:00 UTC
    
    2000-004C (# 26409) PAM-D  / NAVSTAR 48 RB
    
    The FINAL REPORT from SCC - prepared July 27, 06:05 UTC - was
    released very late and predicts unchanged from the 02 HOURS BEFORE DECAY message:
    27 July, 05:49 UTC +/- 01 hours (13.9S, 55.8E)
    ascending over the Indian Ocean.
    
    My final analysis remains also unchanged:
    MPM+REENTRY delivers with the ELSETs 03208.060... + 03208.121...
    (SFX 105, ap 022) the decay on
    27 July, 05:47 UTC +/- 17 minutes (19.33S, 48.41E)
    also northbound over the Indian Ocean.
    
    We saw roughly 12 hours before decay a large increase of the geomagnetic activity. This could be partially an explanation
    for the 70 minutes earlier decay as we had predicted
    one day ago. 
    
    
    Harro
    
    Harro.Zimmer@t-online.de
    Berlin, Germany
    
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