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DOY 175 | 2024-06-23T18:42:22Z
DECAYED

ATLAS CENTAUR 2 DEB, 696 (Decayed)

Orbit data source: Public

ATLAS CENTAUR 2 DEB, 696 was space debris originally from a launch on Wed, 27 Nov 1963 UTC launched from the Air Force Eastern Test Range (AFETR). Debris objects in space refer to the collection of defunct objects orbiting the Earth. Examples of debris include non-operational satellites, rocket bodies, and fragments generated from explosions, collisions, or faulty payload assembly.

Next visibility unknown
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ATLAS CENTAUR 2 DEB details
NORAD ID696
COSPAR ID
1963-047B
Orbit
Decayed
Last TLE updateUnknown
Origin
Flag of USNASA LeRC (US)
ManufacturerGD/Convair
BusAtlas PLF
MotorUnknown
Mass~300 kg wet, ~300 kg dry
Launch date (UTC)
1963-11-27 (61 years ago)
Launch vehicleUnknown
Launch site
Air Force Eastern Test Range (AFETR)
Object type
Payload
Rocket body
Debris
Radar Cross SectionLarge (>1 m²)
Predictive object data (real-time)
LatitudeUnknown
LongitudeUnknown
AltitudeUnknown
SpeedUnknown
Apparent Right ascensionUnknown
Apparent DeclinationUnknown
SunlitUnknown
Predictive observer data (real-time)
Local Sidereal Time05:51:35
AzimuthUnknown
ElevationUnknown
Doppler factorUnknown
Orbital elements
ApogeeUnknown
PerigeeUnknown
Semi-major axisUnknown
EccentricityUnknown
InclinationUnknown
RAANUnknown
Arg. of periapsisUnknown
True anomalyUnknown
Mean anomalyUnknown
Mean motionUnknown
BSTARUnknown
PeriodUnknown
Definitive object data
LatitudeUnknown
LongitudeUnknown
AltitudeUnknown
SpeedUnknown
True Right ascensionUnknown
True DeclinationUnknown
Sunlit
Object was in daylight at TLE epoch
No data available

ATLAS CENTAUR 2 DEB Visibility forecast

Observer location: 39.9160978°, -105.1181434, 0m alt.

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