Re: is sputnik ahead or behind mir?

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     Yes Sputnik has been launch on the back of MIR.

     Take news keps of RS17 now

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Objet : is sputnik ahead or behind mir?
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FR/ =E0 x400
Date :    06/11/1997 01:21

note that i did pick up the signal several minutes after =

the time i had computed to see mir.
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