Re: MAR14.OBS

Bjoern Gimle (bjorn@tt-tech.se)
Mon, 16 Mar 1998 10:31:06 +0100

According to alldat.tle as of 980313, and Skymap, 
Russell's unknown 9900000 044817.53 105421+413736 6.4 6.4 0 S
should have been the Viking ;-)> rocket debris:

1 17116U 86019L   98065.90135766  .00001693  00000-0  49904-3 0  8127 
2 17116  99.1123  25.9010 0060619 294.5063  64.9830 14.44028229590001 

appearing about 044828 according to prediction, on a track parallell
to the Meteor rocket [7502302 044917.08 110138+382953 6.1 6.1 0 S]
but in the opposite direction.

Meteor 1-21 Rk
1 07715U 75023B   98064.93252294 -.00000023  00000-0 -21935-4 0  5289 
2 07715  81.2172 221.2089 0052692 128.2735 232.3182 14.05656339175724 

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