Re: Mir deorbiting

From: Matthew.Fawcett@eastriding.gov.uk
Date: Fri Nov 17 2000 - 07:17:05 PST

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         I may be wrong but surely the chances of seeing this event are close 
         to zero - even if the 'final re-entry scenario' is given out (which I 
         doubt).
    
    
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    Subject: Mir deorbiting
    Author:  SeeSat-L@blackadder.lmsal.com at MHS
    Date:    17/11/2000 15:05
    
    
    According to an Interfax story today, RSA head Koptev has said the Mir 
    reentry is scheduled for 27 or 28 February 2001, and the target area is in 
    the Pacific Ocean 1,500 to 2,000 km from Australia.
         
    Anyone (Vladimir?) know what the final reentry scenario is in more detail?
         
         
         
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