Re: Cassini?

Tony Beresford (starman@camtech.net.au)
Thu, 16 Oct 1997 23:17:56 +0900

At 07:45 16/10/97 -0400, you wrote:
>If it was the Cassini Centaur, it would have been the residual O2 and/or 
>H2 being vented from the tanks upon spacecraft separation and anti 
>collision burn. This has produced a very large cloud which would slowly 
>dissipate.
>
>Bill Bard
>wtba@eci-esyst.com
That would have been at 09:54UT Bill, which sounds reasonable.
The Hrazine flush at 10:26 didnt seem to be make for visibility
improvement. Since it was being tracked up to this point,
because mission for it finished 87 minutes after sep.,
or at 10:53. So what were co-ordinates at fuel-flush point.
Tony