Re: Jers coming down

From: Bjorn Gimle (b_gimle@algonet.se)
Date: Fri Nov 16 2001 - 10:07:02 EST

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    Currently JERS 1 is visible around latitude 45 S, and northern apex (82 N
    !).
    Since it is sun-synchronous it is almost the same at predicted decay time
    (very rough estimate for circular orbits = in 0.1/ndot2 days = 22 days from
    day 312 = Dec.02)
    
    JERS 1           3.1  0.9  1.8  6.8 d   10       346 x 340 km
    1 21867U 92007A   01312.51398196  .00455925  00000-0  28491-2 0  7467
    2 21867  97.6369  63.7445 0004585 252.1966 107.8373 15.75572878535230
    
    > A article of the space.com website talks about the jers 1 satellite having
    a
    > re-entry and parts of it landing on the surface of the earth.
    > In the article the satellite is called Fuyo No. 1
    >
    > I like the jers satellite as it produces flares.
    >
    
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