lost satellites

From: Kevin Fetter (kfetter@yahoo.com)
Date: Sat Mar 27 2004 - 06:01:27 EST

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    I was going through the orbital data, and came across the following lost satellites.
    
    COSMOS 2001
    1 19796U 89011A   03075.23111442 +.00000810 +00000-0 +10000-3 0 05982
    2 19796 066.8162 064.1890 6761910 221.7460 059.9209 02.00500818103162
    ARASENE
    1 22654U 93031B   03120.22306358 -.00000146  00000-0  10000-3 0  6016
    2 22654   5.5273  13.6379 2884521  38.5812 339.0061  1.42204899 47269
    AYAME 2 (ECS-2)
    1 11715U 80018A   03154.15796319 -.00000120  00000-0  00000+0 0  5883
    2 11715  10.0420 357.0331 4408890  60.5586 336.3787  1.75490437 87326
    
    They have newer orbital data on
    
    AYAME 2 (ECS-2)
    1 11715U 80018A   04083.15462319 -.00000108  00000-0  00000+0 0  6297
    2 11715   9.9448 337.6270 4422632 101.8905 309.3363  1.75488902 92480
    
    For the other 2, no new orbital data from the oig. 
    
    Kevin
    
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    COSPAR Site #1775  Long 75.6910 W, Lat 44.6062 N, altitude 100 metres
    
    
    
    
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