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ROSAT ReentryIn Andaman Sea or thereabouts2011-09-22
@ROSAT_Reentry1,105 days
Tracking the orbital decay of ROSAT. Providing & collating information on getting a visual of its atmospheric re-entry.
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mia farrow @MiaFarrow
heading bank into my book- which i highly recommend- 'COLLAPSE - How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed' JaredDiamond
Good dreams everyone
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Phobos Grunt @PhG_Reentry
Phobos Grunt closing in to re-entry twitpic.com/87jb12 #PhobosGrunt re-entry 15 Jan 17:30 UTC ± 3 hrs
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Damned Demon @Dave_Wilhelm
The Chinese,.. do it colorfully.. twitpic.com/7qxfnw
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Sterne und Weltraum @Sterne_Weltraum
Noch ein Stück Weltraumschrott, das zum Absender zurückkommt: Nach @UARS_Reentry und @ROSAT_Reentry nun @PhG_Reentry #PhobosGrunt
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Phobos Grunt @PhG_Reentry
Phobos-Grunt's Zenit second stage (planned) atmospheric re-entry around 23 to 25 Nov 2011 (seems 23rd is a recurring theme)
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CSIRO @CSIROnews
Podcast: Counting down to #CSIROTweetup, @MarsCuriosity launches soon! #NASA #space ow.ly/7kHYQ ^SC
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Daniel Fischer @cosmos4u
Belatedly - did I miss an earlier tweet? - I learn about the latest Dawn Journal entry dawn.jpl.nasa.gov/mission/journa… with the ops in HAMO reviewed.
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Paul Salanitri @Paul_Salanitri
Russian Phobos sample-return mission launches Nov-8, 20:16UT requests observations during engine burns over Sth America bit.ly/phobosO
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Dr Lucy Rogers @drlucyrogers
Equation: How the FAA Estimates Space-Junk Risks #spacedebris #SSA via @genejm29
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Dr Lucy Rogers @drlucyrogers
Five members of USSTRATCOM receive prestigious NOAA award for work on Space Situational Awareness is.gd/8xvokO #spacedebris #SSA
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Mark Thompson @PeoplesAstro
It's estimated there are 300,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 stars in the Universe!
#bbcstargazing #theoneshow
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Gene J. Mikulka @genejm29
Equation: How the FAA Estimates Space-Junk Risks | Magazine wired.com/magazine/2011/… #SpaceDebris
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Dr Lucy Rogers @drlucyrogers
From May, but still interesting wrt #spacedebris and #SSA "Nasa banned from working with China" is.gd/4A8ESR
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Dr Lucy Rogers @drlucyrogers
MT @esaoperations: Watching for orbital objects in Low Earth Orbit (LEO): Artist's impression #SSA radar system bit.ly/w0xDtv
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CSIRO @CSIROnews
#MelbourneCup The answer to our trifecta teaser- 24x23x22 which =12,144 possible combinations. Slim chances indeed! Nice work @StaggLG ^CS
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Chandra Observatory @chandraxray
Chandra Blog: Rest in Peace, ROSAT: Last week, the German Aerospace Center (DLR) issued this statement:
"On 23 O... bit.ly/vDwDmO
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Phil Plait @BadAstronomer
Astronaut on the ISS snaps an *incredible* pic of a cargo ship burning up in Earth's atmosphere! is.gd/lLb6OK
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Elizabeth Yuan @baoyuan
Don't call our satellite 'space junk' -- why the #ROSAT project was so important #cnn cnn.com/2011/10/30/opi… @ROSAT_Reentry
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Mike Fossum @astro_aggie
Enjoy this picture I took #fromspace of the Progress cargo ship burning up after undock on Saturday. twitpic.com/7876bg
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nancy hine @nancyhine
The nancy hine Daily is out! bit.ly/bwGIuu ▸ Top stories today via @ROSAT_Reentry @ageekmom
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Stanley Burin @stanbur
If you wait to do everything until you’re sure it’s right, you’ll probably never do much of anything. ~ Win Borden
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Emily Lakdawalla @elakdawalla
Point out Jupiter to trick or treaters! MT @NASAJuno @earthskyscience: Tonight! Jupiter's closest opposition until 2022 bit.ly/qshDQZ
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Gene J. Mikulka @genejm29
Via #DLR Bog Post Lessons Learned for #ROSAT bit.ly/uECnRi #SpaceDebris
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Steve Martin @SteveMartinToGo
Due to absolutely no demand, soon I'm publishing a book of my tweets. Many of your replies included! All my profits to charity.
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Dr Karl @DoctorKarl
ROSAT re-entered over Bay of Bengal. bbc.co.uk/news/science-e…
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Jay Wilkinson @jaywilk
The 147 Companies That Control Everything - via Forbes awe.sm/5XolO
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JP @goldenbuddhabch
No floods on Golden Buddha Beach. Just a slice of heaven on the Andaman Sea.
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indianenews @indianenews
Port Blair: With increasing Chinese assertiveness in the Indian ocean and Bay of Bengal noticeable of late, the... fb.me/1dkh142wU
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Anahi Callsen @anacallbest
bit.ly/vnH4OP Revisiting the Liability Convention: reflections on ROSAT, orbital space debris, and the future of space law
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Edith Zimmerman @edithzimmerman
@ROSAT_Reentry I can't believe I only found about you today. thehairpin.com/2011/10/r-i-p-…
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Le Cosmographe @pyxmalion
#ROSAT ’s Crash Site Determined - universetoday.com/90274/rosats-c…
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Dr Lucy Rogers @drlucyrogers
Cool! RT @perkeina: Tools for future space debris monitoring: sensitive 20cm CMOS chip at 1m Schmidt canon.com/news/2011/sep1… #spacedebris
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Dr Lucy Rogers @drlucyrogers
Predicting When Space Junk Will Come Home To Earth is.gd/caTCVy via @slashdot #spacedebris
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Paul Floyd @Nightskyonline
It's official: ROSAT re-entered the atmosphere over the Bay of Bengal dlr.de/dlr/desktopdef…
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New Scientist @newscientist
ROSAT space telescope crash lands somewhere over Bay of Bengal bit.ly/nOSxFO
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DLR - English @DLR_en
ROSAT re-entered Earth's atmosphere over the Bay of Bengal bit.ly/tuMkIf
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T.S. Kelso @TSKelso
Final reentry estimate by USSTRATCOM (released Oct 23 @ 0341 UTC) shows Oct 23 @ 0150 +/-7 minutes over Bay of Bengal. yfrog.com/obgocg
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Steve Martin @SteveMartinToGo
Just got hit in the head by satellite detritus. Who do I hit back?
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New Scientist @newscientist
Deorbited ROSAT space telescope crash lands - but where? bit.ly/ooseuP
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SiliconRepublic @siliconrepublic
Germany’s Rosat satellite debris scatters over northern Thailand: Northern Thailand appears to be where debris f... bit.ly/oIuBhX
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Daniel Fischer @cosmos4u
@cosmicwandere05 @BadAstronomer @Astroguyz @JPMajor @NickAstronomer Looks like torn by upper level winds -> contrail fragment (meteor/plane)
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Daniel Fischer @cosmos4u
ROSAT's (former) owner DLR still doesn't want to make an official statement on where it hit: general-anzeiger-bonn.de/index.php?k=ne… - could take more days.
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Dr Lucy Rogers @drlucyrogers
MT @esaoperations: Presentation files (PDF/PPT) from space situational awareness seminar in Warsaw last month: bit.ly/q3phIh #ssa
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Michael J. Listner @ponder68
Space shuttles to clean up #spacedebris? | Space Waste Transporter: Going Where No Garbage Man has Gone Before spacedaily.com/reports/Space_…
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CSIRO @CSIROnews
Tweeps who registered for #CSIROTweetup: Keep an eye on your inbox this afternoon for selection emails. Good luck! ^VH
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David Scott @Rippinghawk
@ROSAT_Reentry what effect would the tumbling have on the on board structure? Is is possible chunks were spun off on different vectors?
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Staticjay @staticjay_ni
All the #rosat watchers in #uk away to bed early after a long one last night thankyou @ROSAT_Reentry for the entertainment.
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Daniel Fischer @cosmos4u
For your entertainment, here are t h r e e different analyses re. the whereabouts of ROSAT: skyweek.wordpress.com/2011/10/20/liv… - will there be a winner?
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Pegasus CorpGovnance @PegasusCorpInfo
@ROSAT_Reentry And my thanks to you too for your excellent coverage :) #ROSAT
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Daniel Fischer @cosmos4u
For what it's worth, here is an *independent* calculation of the ROSAT reentry point: satobs.org/seesat/Oct-201… - it's closer to land than DoD's.
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Jonathan McDowell @planet4589
A final orbit dataset was released by the US, which shifts the reentry track a hair compared to earlier reports.... fb.me/OCL7jvJP
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Dr Marco Langbroek @Marco_Langbroek
The difference a newly released TLE makes: another UPDATE on where #ROSAT met its end: sattrackcam.blogspot.com/2011/10/rosat-…
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zarya.info @Zarya_Info
RoSat - Spacetrack has issued a final measurement of the orbit, timed about 2 hrs before re-entry: zarya.info/Diaries/Misc/R…
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Daniel Fischer @cosmos4u
There is *some* confusion re. ROSATs exact splash area as sattrackcam.blogspot.com/2011/10/rosat-… explains - but DPA's general-anzeiger-bonn.de/index.php?k=ne… is totally wrong.
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Dr Marco Langbroek @Marco_Langbroek
@cosmos4u Look at the time displayed: Simone's "SSC based" map is for 1:55 UTC, 5 mins later (!)than the nominal SSC time (1:50 UTC)
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David Bongo @chained
@ROSAT_Reentry #firefox warns that space-track.org #security certificate isnt ok can you inform them please #astronomy
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ROSAT Reentry @ROSAT_Reentry
Space-Track.org #ROSAT Estimated Decay was 2011-10-23 01:50:00 GMT ± 7 minutes as @ 2011-10-23 03:41 GMT
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Planetary Societyind @psitwit
@ROSAT_Reentry It is blessing in disguise...as ROSAT contributed to popularisation of space science and make people look up
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J.E. Jr. @AxiomaMeum
Hmm... what to do now that #ROSAT is down? Oh well, it was fun tracking while it lasted. Thanks @ROSAT_Reentry for the constant updates.
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Damned Demon @Dave_Wilhelm
@ROSAT_Reentry We were a subcomunity of Damstadt to the W, V2 Rocket designed there, ESA is headquartered there. Collin Powell was commander
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Damned Demon @Dave_Wilhelm
@ROSAT_Reentry You didn't say you were a German Beer fan, we must get together--Pilsners and ALts rule, state of Hessen, FRG Germany...enjoy
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Garrett Frankson @Garrettishere
@ROSAT_Reentry No thank you for giving all of us up to date information! #ROSAT
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Freddy Debourg @debourg66
@ROSAT_Reentry THANKS TO YOU ALL FOR KEEPING US ASTRO FANS, WELL INFORMED, FROM VENEZUELA ,THANKS A LOT
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Damned Demon @Dave_Wilhelm
@ROSAT_Reentry .and since I don't see any posts from anyone thanks for your time! ; whoever U R, for the German technology doom predictions
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blobrana @blobrana
Update:
The ROSAT satellite re-entered the Earths atmosphere on the 23rd October, 2011 @ 01:50 GMT ± 7 minutes.
bit.ly/p9Qzqc
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Genaro Grajeda @Astro_Gee
Thank you @ROSAT_Reentry for the great info you provided. I was really happy to translate most to Spanish for all my Mexican followers!
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DavidMatthewCummings @DavidMatthewC
@ROSAT_Reentry So, what have you been up to? Have not seen you since 1990! Heard you were coming back soon!
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Michael Rector @AdirondackAstro
RT @astroferg: @ROSAT_Reentry Pictures of ROSAT's pass over florida tonight:
tiny.cc/11qnj
tiny.cc/troxg
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Henrique Junior @h_csj
@ROSAT_Reentry Thank you so much for your great job. I was receiving in my cell phone every tweet of yours for the last week.
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David Dickinson @Astroguyz
@ROSAT_Reentry No photos, though I did have vid handy just in case reentry occurred. Was directly overhead 23:30UT Lat +28.4 Long -82.6.
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Facu Fernández @lu6fpj
RT: @ROSATreentryapp: HUGE thanks to our awesome friends from @ROSAT_Reentry. Great working with you. Let's do it again next time!
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ROSAT re-entry app @ROSATreentryapp
HUGE thanks to our awesome friends from @ROSAT_Reentry. Great working with you. Let's do it again next time!
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Universe Today @universetoday
@ROSAT_Reentry Thanks for your great work in reporting the #ROSAT situation!
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ROSAT Reentry @ROSAT_Reentry
#ROSAT re-entry appears to have occurred within a range over China. They may now be considering removing the twitter ban.
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Scott Ferguson @astroferg
@ROSAT_Reentry Pictures of ROSAT's pass over florida tonight:
tiny.cc/11qnj
tiny.cc/troxg
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David Dickinson @Astroguyz
@ralfvandebergh On time as per Heavens-Above; took only about a minute to cross overhead. Mag +2 with 3x -1 flares, very erratic.
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David Dickinson @Astroguyz
@ROSAT_Reentry Saw #ROSAT at 23:30UT tonite as it passed over the Starkey Park Star party... was really truckin' and tumbling!
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Ralf Vandebergh @ralfvandebergh
ROSAT out of orbit, 21 years, 4 months and 23 days after launch. @ROSAT_Reentry
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ROSAT Reentry @ROSAT_Reentry
RT @SPACEFLIGHT101: CONFIRMED: #ROSAT is down! It re-entered between 1:45 and 2:15 UTC.
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Spaceflight101 @SPACEFLIGHT101
CONFIRMED: #ROSAT is down! It re-entered between 1:45 and 2:15 UTC.
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DLR - English @DLR_en
Today, 23 October 2011, between 1:45 UTC and 2:15 UTC #ROSAT has re-entered Earth's atmosphere. www.dlr.de/en/rosat
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Daniel Fischer @cosmos4u
Oh, and there is life after ROSAT (which I regularly mistype as ROAST now :-) - satobs.org/seesat/Oct-201… lists the next three big re-entries ...
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Spaceflight101 @SPACEFLIGHT101
The last confirmed sighting of #ROSAT was 100 Minutes ago. Has anybody seen it since?
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ROSAT Reentry @ROSAT_Reentry
...A hush falls over the crowd...
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Daniel Fischer @cosmos4u
There should be a civilian global network of satellite-tracking radars so we would know what's going on - w/o having to ask the U.S. DoD ...
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Daniel Fischer @cosmos4u
ROSAT - if still up - approaching Chongqing now, the largest city on the planet (32 million or so). Yikes ...
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ROSAT Reentry @ROSAT_Reentry
Sun 23 Oct 2:00UT #ROSAT orbit 87.31 minutes 139.6 x 141.9 km Position 28.1N,106.9E alt=146.2km Lit Re-entry window
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Spaceflight101 @SPACEFLIGHT101
#ROSAT is at Perigee *right now*. Landfall over Myanmar in a few seconds! - If still in Orbit. Current Pass: twitpic.com/74dqxl
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eclipse-maps.com @EclipseMaps
I've been studying tweets, but not a single positive sighting of #ROSAT on recent pass over U.S., Mexico, So America. Already down?
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ROSAT Reentry @ROSAT_Reentry
Sun 23 Oct 1:45UT #ROSAT orbit 87.37 minutes 141.0 x 143.7 km Position 20.3S,70.8E alt=144.4km Lit Re-entry window
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Dr Karl @DoctorKarl
ROSAT may possibly re-enter over Eastern China in 10-15 minutes.
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blobrana @blobrana
Update
The ROSAT satellite is predicted to re-enter the Earths atmosphere on the 23rd @ 02:04 GMT ± 2 hours.
bit.ly/p9Qzqc
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ROSAT Reentry @ROSAT_Reentry
Is anyone on Marion Island, can someone check? :-)
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FaithSchoolCriminal @UKRaider164
@ROSAT_Reentry I am following on n2yo.com/?s=20638 unless you know a better one
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Genaro Grajeda @Astro_Gee
@ROSAT_Reentry how soon will it be around here? So I jump up and try to catch a sight, surprsingly enough we have a clear night out here.
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Hurrikan Sturm @Hurrikansaison
Yes @ROSAT_Reentry
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Dale @topdog850uk
@ROSAT_Reentry link?
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Genaro Grajeda @Astro_Gee
@ROSAT_Reentry I am in Mexico City, you think it'll be possible to see it in our latitude?
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T.S. Kelso @TSKelso
So, does anyone have an official source that might tell us when/whether reentry occurred? DLR? USSTRATCOM?
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mensajero @mensajero11
@ROSAT_Reentry i waiting Rosat in 1 hour from next orbit from Uruguay
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John Bass @bassmedic56
@logicbloke @ROSAT_Reentry It was very bright, moving quite fast, tumbling -flared about 4 times before it vanished in clouds.
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William Keel @NGC3314
@ROSAT_Reentry I did get it to show on some 1-second trail exposures, but never with ref stars in field!
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William Keel @NGC3314
@ROSAT_Reentry Only that it was on heaven-above predict at 1828 CDT passing Vega +/- 30 seconds. Too busy once I saw it...
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John Bass @bassmedic56
@ROSAT_Reentry Yes, was def early. GoSatWatch predicted 19:35 pass. It was also almost 90° overhead at peak, expected it at 55°
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Fenton Faseur @fentonfaseur
@ralfvandebergh very much tumbling. It lit up brightly for a few seconds, and then returned to just being very bright. and moving very fast!
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William Keel @NGC3314
One last sighting of #ROSAT from W Alabama, essentially right on heavens-above track near zenith. Flashing in bright twilight.
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John Bass @bassmedic56
@ROSAT_Reentry I think it was right at 1930 local...very fast, lost it in clouds about halfway across sky, headed SE
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Pegasus CorpGovnance @PegasusCorpInfo
@ROSAT_Reentry This represents a big advance in approach of #ROSAT. People should check your very useful kml files at sites.google.com/site/rosatreen…
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John Bass @bassmedic56
@ROSAT_Reentry Just saw it about 5 mins ago from Pompano FL
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Arizona News @ArizonaNewsnet
I saw the #ROSAT last night, it is the fastest satellite I have ever seen crossing over Phoenix. Posting map & times shortly for tonight.
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Emily Lakdawalla @elakdawalla
In 3 hours, +/- 3 hours... MT @cosmos4u: ROSAT predictions by USSTRATCOM & DLR now practically identical: 2:15 or 2:31 UTC, both +/- 3 hours
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Andrew Fazekas @thenightskyguy
ROSAT satellite now predicted to re-enter atmosphere sometime between 7:30 pm ET and 1:30am ET Sunday morning
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T.S. Kelso @TSKelso
Latest USSTRATCOM reentry prediction (issued 2053 UTC) for #ROSAT is now Oct 23 @ 0231 UTC +/- 3 hours. No new TLEs, though.
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zarya.info @Zarya_Info
RoSat - probable final data, DLR and Spacetrack in close agreement, re-entry 02:15 - 02:30 UTC ±3 hours, summary & map: zarya.info/Diaries/Misc/R…
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Dr. Branden Williams @BrandenWilliams
@ROSAT_Reentry is there a good site that visually depicts the orbit path in real time (up to date with decay?)
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hex4 @hex4_official
@ROSAT_Reentry checked the google earth file and compared with n2yo.com/?s=20638 , pretty correct
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blobrana @blobrana
Update:
The ROSAT satellite is predicted to re-enter the Earths atmosphere on the 23rd @ 02:31 GMT ± 3 hours.
bit.ly/p9Qzqc
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Emily Lakdawalla @elakdawalla
RT @DLR_en: Taking into account the most recent data, #ROSAT will not re-enter over Europe.
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Daniel Fischer @cosmos4u
@princesssylviap @ROSAT_Reentry The best tool for that seems to be digilander.libero.it/SATrack/Visual… - at the bottom you can even pick from the models.
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Paul Floyd @Nightskyonline
Track ROSAT live: n2yo.com/?s=20638
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Manfred B. @Mahnny
@ROSAT_Reentry What means "alt=176.0km" when orbit is "160.4 x 166.1 km"?
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Freddy Debourg @debourg66
@ROSAT_Reentry who is telling the true altitude,n2yo.com is saying 14 kms higher than @ROSAT_Reentry , please tell me
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Ralf Vandebergh @ralfvandebergh
COSMO-Skymed 3 Satellite passed NNE-SSW, 79 deg ESE culm, interesting brightness variation; lighted up during Elev, became fainter to south.
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Andrew Fatcheric @AFatcheric
writing a paper about if time flows or not... well seeing as that due date gets closer and closer, it definitely does.
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Marcus Ward @geeziwantaname
@ROSAT_Reentry I'm going for 09:00 UTC on the 23rd!
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Genaro Grajeda @Astro_Gee
@ROSAT_Reentry is there an expected general location for Reentry or should we just all dodge?
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blobrana @blobrana
Update:
Debris from an ARIANE 44L rocket re-entered the Earths atmosphere on the 21st @ 20:44 GMT ± 1 minute.
bit.ly/oSsbwv
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Update
The ROSAT satellite is predicted to re-enter the Earths atmosphere on the 23rd October @ 02:34 GMT ± 7 hours.
bit.ly/p9Qzqc
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ROSAT Reentry @ROSAT_Reentry
Finally have RADAR data, #ROSAT has been traveling along nicely. Projections and Predictions twitpic.com/743efx
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Tom @ThreatcoreNews
#ROSAT Roulette - round and round she goes for another 13 hours...
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Marcia Smith @SpcPlcyOnline
ROSAT Reentry Predicted for Today or Tomorrow. tinyurl.com/43vljmb
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Spot Gold Price @spotgoldprice
google earth auto plug in kml file for @ROSAT_Reentry http://204.236.227.130/ROSAT.kml euro fly by shortly!
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Wilson @WilsonsWorld
@icruiseAntoine Thanks for the retweet my friend! Check out @ROSAT_Reentry, you might see that satellite this wknd. #YNWA
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A la deriva!! @EL_PPPad
@ROSAT_Reentry thank you. I'll be watching the sky. Is there some app to track on line and to know it possition???
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A la deriva!! @EL_PPPad
@ROSAT_Reentry i AM in Chile. Is there a possibilty that ROSAT falls down here???
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Mark Thompson @PeoplesAstro
#ROSAT due for re-entry in about 14 hours. Follow .@ROSAT_Reentry for details
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DLR - English @DLR_en
Want to know more about #ROSAT ? See dlr.de/en/rosat
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Angela Lo Rosso @AngelaLoRosso
@ROSAT_Reentry Please tell me it's not going to hit Australia.
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Pegasus CorpGovnance @PegasusCorpInfo
@ROSAT_Reentry "If fragments satellite reach Earth's surface, will come down along ground track across swath up to 50 miles (80 km) wide."
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Pegasus CorpGovnance @PegasusCorpInfo
@ROSAT_Reentry Significant descriptive narrative relating to #ROSAT on the space.com website at space.com/13343-falling-…
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Della Thomas @dellybean
Mind yer heads RT @chrislintott ROSAT's coming down in about 18 hours -follow @ROSAT_Reentry for updates.
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Melissa O. @ScionBoo
@ROSAT_Reentry From NE Alabama, I saw a satellite on Oct 15, around 1945 CDT. Any way to know if it was ROSAT? I can be more specific later.
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Phil Plait @BadAstronomer
@ROSAT_Reentry Cool. Those times are UTC?
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Mark Thompson @PeoplesAstro
Looks like ROSAT will be down within the next 24 hours
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ROSAT Reentry @ROSAT_Reentry
#ROSAT Re-entry quite possible in ONE DAY!
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someyycguy51 @someyycguy51
My first #FF is astronomy: @AsteroidMisses @Aurora_Alerts @BadAstronomer @NancyShoupe9854 @NASAspitzer @ROSAT_Reentry @universetoday
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Phil Plait @BadAstronomer
@ROSAT_Reentry OK cool. Send me a note when you got it and I'll RT and put it up on G+ too. :)
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Travis In Appleton @tpiep76
#ROSAT Will pass over Wisconsin on: 10/24 @ 10:08am, 10/25 @ 9:25am, and 10/26 @ 2:41pm WI time. 5 other passes span with-in 100-500 miles.
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William Keel @NGC3314
Former ROSAT observers observe #ROSAT passage from Alabama, 0005 UT, mag 1, no flashes @ROSAT_Reentry twitpic.com/73ug5c
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T.S. Kelso @TSKelso
@ROSAT_Reentry Good question. I would have expected much more frequent TLEs and TIPs. Looks like US is expecting Germany to handle this one.
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Tom @ThreatcoreNews
FAA issues NOTAM on 'potential hazard' of #ROSAT satellite reentry... -- sites.google.com/site/rosatreen…
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You - Le Parisien @you_leparisien
#Satellite #Rosat ? #Météorite ? #Étoilefilante ? Une étrange traînée bleue en Ile-de-France bit.ly/ngW96o Vu sur @you_leparisien
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Agni @agnieszkazosia
@you_leparisien sadly it's with a camera phone and on here I can't see anything. If it is visible on the computer than maybe. Thanks!
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Agni @agnieszkazosia
Just saw #ROSAT fly over! Hope my video came out! Its light seemed steady to me.
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Jose Fernandez @jaferoj
@ROSAT_Reentry where can I find in the web the official NOTAM #rosat reentry issued?
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Mark Rigby @Aussie_Starman
ROSAT satellite pass over SE Qld at 5:52am Sunday, Brisbane time, not visible as it's daylight then. Unless it 'decides' to re-enter then!
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Mark Rigby @Aussie_Starman
ROSAT re-entry perhaps between 4am & 10pm Sunday, Brisbane time. Over SE Qld 5:52am Sun. US Strategic Command re-entry estimate 3:49pm Sun.
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erierab @meteoesteban
NOTAM: AIRCRAFT ARE ADVISED THAT A POTENTIAL HAZARD MAY OCCUR DUE TO REENTRY OF THE SATELLITE ROSAT. bit.ly/qAFpza Via @ROSAT_Reentry
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T.S. Kelso @TSKelso
Just updated the latest reentry predictions for #ROSAT on the blog at blogs.agi.com/agi/?p=3963
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Juan @navarroj
@ROSAT_Reentry where is it falling?
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Tom @ThreatcoreNews
#ROSAT decaying satellite coming down this weekend -- space.com/13353-falling-…
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ROSAT Reentry @ROSAT_Reentry
(Another satellite : ARIANE 44L Debris (SPELDA) Re-entry occurring around now)
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DLR - English @DLR_en
Latest prediction on #Rosat re-entry: between 22 October 2011, 18:00 UTC & 23 October 2011, 12:00 UTC www.dlr.de/rosat-en
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blobrana @blobrana
Update
The ROSAT satellite is predicted to re-enter the Earths atmosphere on the 23rd @ 05:49 GMT ± 24 hours.
bit.ly/p9Qzqc
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Sterne und Weltraum @Sterne_Weltraum
@ROSAT_Reentry Have your published data on #ROSAT's orbit something to do with reality?
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Daniel Fischer @cosmos4u
@ROSAT_Reentry Error bars, please, for the reentry time. Everyone has: satobs.org/seesat/Oct-201… - and it's really necessary. Who are you, BTW?
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Ralf Vandebergh @ralfvandebergh
Galileo satellite at the upper stage now flying horizontal at 165 - 170 km altitude in orbit
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Rubén Bejarano @RUBENBEJARANO
@ROSAT_Reentry where??
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National Geographic @NatGeo
Orionid meteor shower to peak this weekend: on.natgeo.com/nTaBYD
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DynaPipe.co.uk @dynapipe
#ROSAT final decay forecast 04:59 23 Oct 11 80.3E 42.1N (NW China) pic.twitter.com/0TrRnmoH
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zarya.info @Zarya_Info
RoSat - decaying steadily, updated plots and decay predictions: zarya.info/Diaries/Misc/R…
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ROSAT re-entry app @ROSATreentryapp
#ROSAT Re-entry App media inquiries: Thank you for your patience. Media Release available here: rosatapp.com/Rosat-Media-Re…
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CSIRO @CSIROnews
At #CSIROTweetup, we're showing off @CanberraDSN. It's the southern hemisphere’s only Deep Space Tracking Station: ow.ly/74ddw ^VH
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Chris McSorley @ChrisMcSorleySJ
@ROSAT_Reentry was visible over San Jose, CA tonight at 7:00
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T.S. Kelso @TSKelso
My latest #ROSAT reentry estimate now shows Oct 23 @ 0234 UTC. Reentry would occur west of Baja Peninsula.
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Rob Davis @RobDavis_Wx
@ROSAT_Reentry I could accept "apogee" & "glinting"... but "phugoid" ?! Now you're just making words up! =)
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AMSAT-UK @AMSAT_UK
Prospero to be reactivated on 137.560 MHz - uk.amsat.org/2011/10/19/pro…
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T.S. Kelso @TSKelso
#ROSAT reentry estimate based on the latest TLE predicts Oct 23 @ 0247 UTC on a descending pass well off the western coast of South America.
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Spaceflight101 @SPACEFLIGHT101
#ROSAT: Re-Entry Predictions haven't changed much, still October 23 (+/- 24 Hours). Update & Graphics: bit.ly/nIZ8Bg
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Winchester SciCentre @WinSciCentre
Remember when the UARS satellite fell to Earth last month? Well, an even bigger one is on its way: ow.ly/73KzA @ROSAT_Reentry
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SPACE.com @SPACEdotcom
DARPA Seeks Ideas to Recycle Space Junk Into New Satellites bit.ly/rrlBs1
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Universe Today @universetoday
Latest Update on ROSAT Satellite: Uncontrolled Re-Entry on Oct 22 or 23 wso.li/ZjC
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Dr Marco Langbroek @Marco_Langbroek
DLR/ESA confirmed to Kelly Beatty (S&T) that the 1.6 tons telescope mirror assembly part of #ROSAT will impact intact: skyandtelescope.com/news/132109883…
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Daniel Fischer @cosmos4u
@SpcPlcyOnline It has been the 23rd for a week already, though with some error bars, based on several calculations: skyweek.wordpress.com/2011/10/20/liv….
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Jonathan McDowell @planet4589
#ROSAT reentry party date change: Sat Oct 22 at 1900 EDT (beginning of predicted reentry window), in Somerville MA (msg me for directions)
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Amanda Brewer @AGIRocketGirl
We have an update to our #ROSAT video posted: j.mp/qwiAgM
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DLR - English @DLR_en
Check Thierry Legault's #ROSAT page bit.ly/qlnapx
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Eduardo Baldaci @eduardobaldaci
Last Chance to See Doomed German Satellite in Night Sky goo.gl/fb/lZHYI #rosat
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Darren Osborne @sciencenewsgeek
OK, wasn't #ROSAT as it's tracking across Pacific. Wonder what it was? Slowing meteorite? UFO? Anyone else in #Sydney see it?
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Darren Osborne @sciencenewsgeek
Just watched an amazingly bright orange-red object moving across sky from SW to S, then fade. Would that be #ROSAT reentering?
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mia farrow @MiaFarrow
Expect another satellite drop this wkend. There's a 1 in 2000 chance it will fall on my head Via @NatGeo: on.natgeo.com/nSEYSy””
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Paul Floyd @Nightskyonline
New blog post: German X-ray ROSAT satellite to re-enter this Sunday nightskyonline.info/?p=2530
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T.S. Kelso @TSKelso
Space Track updates #ROSAT reentry prediction to Oct 23 @ 0503 UTC +/-48 hours. My latest analysis shows 0358 UTC. Nice agreement.
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Danny Baron @norab26
@DoctorKarl Re. crash of #ROSAT - I'm old enough to remember Skylab. In SA we got the day off school, which was cool! bit.ly/p3ypSX
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Thierry Legault @ThierryLegault
@ROSAT_Reentry Videos of ROSAT taken from France on Oct 16 & Sept 23: legault.perso.sfr.fr/rosat.html (also on YTube). Very steady, not tumbling.
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Michael J. Listner @ponder68
Another shameless plug for my article @ROSAT_Reentry picked up by
@SpaceSafety Magazine
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National Geographic @NatGeo
Another dead satellite to fall to Earth this weekend: on.natgeo.com/nSEYSy
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Katrina Scott @Mascanie
@ROSAT_Reentry everytime I read one of these post I read roast instead or rosat and get hungry :)
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