1983-077C (PAM-D) decayed

From: Harro Zimmer (Harro.Zimmer@t-online.de)
Date: Fri Sep 14 2001 - 15:49:00 EDT


Report time 19:30 UTC
1983-077C (#14236) PAM-D

SPACECOM'S FINAL REPORT - prepared Sept 14, 10:45 UTC -
shows the decay on
 14 September, 10:08 UTC +/- 01 hours (06.4N, 264.7E)
on a descending pass over the Pacific.

My final analysis with MPM + REENTRY based on the 
ELSETs 01256.780... - 01257.269... remains unchanged:
 14 September,10:10UTC+/11 minutes (02.29N,274.22E)
on the same pass over the Pacific.
If the PAM-D had survived for a few minutes there
was a possibility to see the decayer from Quito (Ecuador).

Harro

Harro.Zimmer@t-online.de
Berlin, Germany  

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