Re: Decay watch: 2000 Jun 28

From: tlj18@juno.com
Date: Wed Jun 28 2000 - 19:16:11 PDT

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    > Object: #21025 = 90-112 F = Raduga 26 aux motor
    > 
    > Notice prepared: 2000 Jun 28 22:15 UTC
    > 
    > Decay predictions:
    > Source   Prediction made    Predicted decay at      Latitude 
    > Longitude
    >                UTC                UTC                  deg      deg
    > 
    > SpaceCom   Jun 27 16:16     Jul  1 21:10 +-3d        12.5 S    51.5 
    > W
    > SpaceCom   Jun 27 21:19     Jul  1 21:48 +-2d        46.2 N    34.3 
    > E
    > 
    > SatEvo     Jun 28 22:15     Jul  2 00:51 +-19h
    
    Why does SatEvo always have a lower magin of error (+/-) than SpaceCom? 
    Is it just how the program SatEvo works, or is it than SatEvo has
    historically been more precise than SpaceCom?
    
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