Re: Satellite Database released

From: George Olshevsky (
Date: Wed Dec 07 2005 - 23:25:54 EST

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    On 12/7/05, Ted Molczan <> wrote:
    > It is my opinion that the object probably is a decoy, and that Misty 2's orbit
    > is similar to that of Misty 1, quasi 65 deg, between 700 km and 800 km,
    > circular.
    Speaking of decoys, is there anywhere a list/table of putative decoys
    that might have been used with secret military launches? I've often
    suspected the US and (former) USSR of employing them--such as
    identifying an object as debris that really isn't--though without any
    real evidence of their existence.
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