Re: Do astronauts get catalog #s?

From: Christian Kjrnet (ckjarnet@broadpark.no)
Date: Thu Jun 14 2007 - 14:53:41 EDT

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    If the MMU received number 1984-034A, what catalog number did the shuttle on
    that launch get? 
    
    I can only see two objects cataloged as launched on April 06, 1984, and
    those are the shuttle STS 41C (14897 1984-034A) and the LDEF launched from
    the shuttle in flight (14898 1984-034B). There are no more objects with
    1984-034 numbers.
    
    Am I missing something?
    
    Christian
    
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    Christian Kjśrnet
    
    
    On 14-06-07 00:28, "Jos Heyman" <josheyman@hotmail.com> wrote:
    
    > I have never seen a reference to EVA astronauts/cosmonauts getting an Int
    > Des or a Norad number. The only exception I know was the Nelson EVA on
    > STS-41C. He used the MMU and this received Int Des 1984 034A.
    > 
    > Jos Heyman
    > 
    > 
    >> From: "Greg Williams" <k4hsm@lock-net.com>
    >> To: seesat-l@satobs.org
    >> Subject: Do astronauts get catalog #s?
    >> Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2007 18:11:35 -0400
    >> 
    >> Probably a stupid question, but when astronauts/cosmonauts are on an
    >> EVA, are they assigned a NORAD catalog number?
    >> 
    >> Greg
    >> 
    
    
    
    
    
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