Re: South Africa hit wil debrisfromDelta rocket

From: tlj18@juno.com
Date: Wed May 17 2000 - 23:13:24 PDT

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    >I do not think the Delta exploded at all. The stresses of re-entry
    >caused it to disintegrate and all the pieces fell on the one day and 
    >the
    >one orbit, on Thursday April 27. I am certain that a claim that a 
    >piece
    >the debris fell on the following day is mistaken. 
    
    I agree.
    
    >It would be nice,
    >though, to see a map of (or learn the co-ordinates of) the locations 
    >of
    >the debris falls.
    
    Yes, indeed!  Anyone know of any available data?  Or even just the towns
    that they fell in?
    
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    Jonathan T. Wojack                                                
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