Re: C* 398

Josh R. Williams (sponge@rocco.nebula.org)
Wed, 22 Nov 1995 02:36:42 -0500 (EST)

Great... THat would mean my prediction is pretty near correct... 
somewhere near the end of January... Have you run any predictions? Anyone 
else in Seesat-L?

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Josh R. Williams                                 Latitude: 41 deg 59' 29" N  
E-Mail: sponge@nebula.org                       Longitude: 83 deg 27' 41" W

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On Tue, 21 Nov 1995, Jeffrey C. Hunt wrote:

> Here is the lastest decay forecast from OIG for the next two months.
> It doesn't appear that Cosmos 398 is scheduled to come down at least for 
> the next couple of months.   Jeff Hunt
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> TO:        OIG1 RBBS                                DATE: November 10, 1995
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> FROM:      Goddard Space Flight Center
>            Operations Management and Support Section, Code 513.1
>            Greenbelt, Maryland  20771
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> SUBJECT:   60-Day Decay Forecast
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>       Effective November 09, 1995, the objects listed below are forecasted to
> decay within the next 60 days on the date indicated:
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>        INTERNATIONAL                                  CATALOG    FORECASTED
>         DESIGNATION            NAME                    NUMBER    DECAY DATE
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>         1985 025B             Atlas Centaur Rocketbody 15631     November 11
>         1969 082Y             Thorad Agena D Debris    04156     November 15
>         1978 026CL            Delta 1 Debris           12243     November 29 
>         1975 004HL            Delta 1 Debris           18773     December 12
> 
> 
>       The following are NASA spacecraft decaying within the time frame of 
> this report:
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>          NONE.
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