Alexis an RB

From: Leo Barhorst (leobarhorst@zonnet.nl)
Date: Wed May 14 2003 - 14:28:55 EDT

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    Davis Brierly wrote:
    >It was unusual to have 93-26A and B (Alexis and r) in the sky at the same
    >time.  They haven't drifted too far apart in the 10 years since launch.  B
    
    I don't have any TLE at hand right now, OIG gives No elements available, but
    it is quite well possible that both objects have drifted apart since 1993
    and are
    now once again near to eachother.
    With recent TLE's you can calculate how fast they drift apart and will meet
    again.
    
    Greetings and clear, dark skies
    Leo Barhorst Medemblik
    Cospar 4252   52.76350 N  5.09114 E  2 m ASL
    http://www.home.zonnet.nl/leobarhorst/index.html
    
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