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TRACKING SPACE JUNK




Reentry Report


Update: Thu 24-Jul-2014 0:10 UTC

Total of satellites or fragments monitored: 6876. Space junk next to Re-entry: 5.
The next five satellites or fragments to fall is: Lituanicasat-1 (obj. 39569u), Xatcobeo (obj. 38082u), Invader (co-77) (obj. 39577u), Cosmos 1400 (obj. 13402u), Flock 1-20 (obj. 39560u).

Based in orbital evolution model and Solar Flux 135 (SF=135), the next space junk predicted to fall is LITUANICASAT-1 (Obj. 39569U), forecast to reenter in 29 Jul 2014 at 05h03 UTC +/- 8 hours. To see where this object is expected to fall click here.


Satview Decay


The Satview.org allows to track thousands of satellites or space debris fragments that are near the to reentry into the atmosphere or even colliding with the surface of the earth.

The prediction is made by orbital and evolution models takes into account the solar flux at the instant of prediction, performed twice a day.

Understanding


The main screen shows the current location of the first ten objects that will re-enter the atmosphere. The five closest ones are listed in the right pane, along with more detailed information about the time of reentry. Moreover, the height of each of the objects can be monitored in real time.

The button opens a window with the most important orbital parameters of each device, the date of the last Keplerian elements and a link to the NASA database where more information can be found about satellite or fragment.

The forec allows a simulation quite approximate of re-entry date and time, showing the predicted orbit and location of the break-up above the Earth's surface, with nominal error of +/- 8 hours.

The current orbit of each satellite or fragments plotted on map can be drawn by clicking on the object. In doing so, the forecast for the next satellite pass over your location is shown on the bottom of the side panel.

The expected date of re-entry is an estimate based on the current solar flux is generated by a mathematical model of satellite decay developed by Apolo11-Satview. This information may change as the day of reentry approaches and data about the conditions of the upper atmosphere are more accurate.

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