Re: Decay Forecast Cosmos 975

From: Peter D (prdunb@winnet.com.au)
Date: Wed Sep 19 2001 - 06:01:06 EDT


Harro,
Very interested in any Space Junk which may be decaying in the vicinityf
Australia and may be worth watching out for. Can you mention in your reports
if it is worth keeping an eye out from here?
Best regards
Peter D
----- Original Message -----
From: "Harro Zimmer" <Harro.Zimmer@t-online.de>
To: <SeeSat-L@blackadder.lmsal.com>
Sent: Wednesday, September 19, 2001 5:36 AM
Subject: Decay Forecast Cosmos 975


> Report time: 19:20 UTC
>
> 1978-004A (#10561) Cosmos 975
> SPACECOM'S 1 DAYS BERFORE DECAY message - prepared
> Sept 18,18:25 UTC shows the decay on
>     18 Sept, 17:12 UTC +/- 14 hours (8.3N, 152.1E)
> on a southbound pass over the Pacific.
>
> MPM+REENTRY delivers with the ELSETs 01261.219... -
> 01261.709... the decay on
>     18 Sept, 17:11 UTC +/-45minutes(13.71N,151.56E)
> on the same pass also over the Pacific. There are no
> passes on North America plus/minus on rev around the
> decay time.
> This TSELINA-D satellite is a big piece. Some sources  give a mass of 4000
kg.I have a little doubt about
> this estimate. I suppose the mass is somewhat lower.
>
> Harro
>
> Harro.Zimmer@t-online.de
> Berlin, Germany
>
> -----------------------------------------------------------------
> Unsubscribe from SeeSat-L by sending a message with 'unsubscribe'
> in the SUBJECT to SeeSat-L-request@lists.satellite.eu.org
> http://www2.satellite.eu.org/sat/seesat/seesatindex.html
>

-----------------------------------------------------------------
Unsubscribe from SeeSat-L by sending a message with 'unsubscribe'
in the SUBJECT to SeeSat-L-request@lists.satellite.eu.org
http://www.satellite.eu.org/seesat/seesatindex.html



This archive was generated by hypermail 2b29 : Thu Sep 20 2001 - 17:55:53 EDT