Re: SV: UARS TUMBLING?

From: tlj18@juno.com
Date: Thu Jun 08 2000 - 16:47:31 PDT

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    > With parameter -L22222 it gives:
    > ...  10.8 cm flux = 122.000000
    >   Size = 7.000000 m
    > Transition region: base 109.81; mid 128.79; top 152.31 km
    > 
    >  Elset       Obj       #         Epoch          Decay        (Date)
    >      1     91063B    21701   00156.973712   38154.314206  (2038 June 
    > 3)
    
    Is the UARS (Ultraviolet Astronomical Research Satellite) still
    functioning, serving up astronomical data?
    
    And, am I correct in assuming that it belongs to NASA?
    
    Jonathan Wojack
    tlj18@juno.com
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