Re: Four new objects

From: tlj18@juno.com
Date: Wed Jun 28 2000 - 19:23:32 PDT

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    > New objects launched earlier today from Plesetsk...
    > 
    > Nadezhda M                                       708 x 684 km
    > 1 26384U 00033A   00180.58084998 -.00000046  00000-0  00000-0 0    
    > 14
    > 2 26384  98.1188 134.3363 0016757  11.8260  43.2204 14.59213406    
    > 18
    
    [.....]
    
    If I'm looking at this elset correctly, then this satellite has an
    inclination of 98.1188 degrees.  So, would this satellite be traveling in
    a retrograde orbit in a more or less north-south orbit, looping around
    one of the poles on each orbit?
    
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