Re: Decay space debris ID over S'pore 5/20

Eberst (eberst@cableinet.co.uk)
Mon, 25 May 1998 18:59:33 +0200

At 15:35 98/05/24 +0900, Tony wrote:
>. There is nothing in orbits
>greater than 135 degrees inclination. 
>
If you check following objects:
65078A #01613
65078B #01616
66025A #02121
66025B #02122
66025C #02123
66025D #02124
66025E #03611
66025G #05361
66025H #05599
66063B #02327
66063C #02328
66063D #02329
66063E #02337

you will find that they are in orbits with inclination greater than 135 degrees.

I agree most wholeheartedly with everything you say about Rob McNaught.
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