Re: SL-14 R/B

From: Ralph McConahy (
Date: Mon May 09 2005 - 16:38:20 EDT

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    "R/B" means Rocket Body
    An example can be found in the latest Spacewarn Bulletin at
    (see a little over half-way down with the heading of "Actual decays/landings...")
      Ralph McConahy
      38.3305N,  75.6967W, 8m MSL
      Use them correctly: "its" is possessive; "it's" means "it is"
    -----Original Message-----
    From: "Fco. Javier Iruretagoyena" <>
    Question: What kind of sats are these?
    I've looked that a lot of sat has the R/B termination... What is the meaning
    of this?
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