Re: decay ??

From: Marco Langbroek (marco.langbroek@wanadoo.nl)
Date: Sun Mar 04 2012 - 15:18:24 UTC

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    Op 4-3-2012 10:21, Tony Beresford schreef:
    > At 01:26 PM 4/03/2012, Mark Robinson wrote:
    >   >seems there are 2 candidates.
    > Mark,
    > Neither of the 2 current re-entries listed on
    > space-track.org  are a candidate.
    > The Breez tank is in a 48.4 degree orbit whose ground track
    > cant pass N-S over the UK.
    > The Chinese rocket has a 54 degree inclination.
    > To be seen in Scotland it would be travelling W-E
    
    The fireball was also too fast for a space-debris decay. Video shows it going 
    from the moon (~55 degrees altitude) to near-horizon in just over 10 seconds.
    
    - Marco
    
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