unidentified "decay" Aug 12

From: Kate Martin (ktee@chariot.net.au)
Date: Fri Oct 06 2000 - 22:06:19 PDT

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    Hello,
    
    I hope someone can help me. I am trying to identify an object seen from
    an
    aircraft, (by the pilot) on August 12 2000, at approximately 9:25 UTC.
    
    The "orange flame with a blue tail" was seen to travel from the
    "northwest to the southeast". 
    
    The aircraft was on approach for Coolangatta. (Queensland, Australia.
    28.10S
    153.32E)
    
    At this stage I am uncertain exactly how close to Coolangatta it was,
    so those Lat/Lon may be a considerable distance out. However, _any_
    reasonable candidate would be worthy of closer inspection.
    
    >From Alan Pickup's decay archive...
    
    http://www.wingar.demon.co.uk/satevo/dk104.htm
    
    I see only...
    
    26420   99- 57 JR  CBERS LM4 deb                    August 12.4
    26047   89-  1 N   Glonass 40 Proton deb            August 12   
    
    ...listed for 12 August. I am unable to find a reference to _where_ they
    decayed.
    
    
    1) Can anyone advise where these objects finally "went down"?
    2) Does anyone know of other possibilities that I have missed?
    
    Thanks in advance,
    
    Kate Martin
    
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