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The Chinese Chang Zheng-2C rocket body debris is predicted to re-enter the Earths atmosphere on the 4th August, 2010 @ --:-- GMT  ± -- hours.

Period:                     89.56 minutes
Inclination:               97.92°
Apogee:                   280 km
Perigee:                   225 km
Size:                        3.78 metres
Revolution Number: -
Predicted Location:  -

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The Chinese Chang Zheng-2C rocket body debris is predicted to re-enter the Earths atmosphere on the 6th August, 2010 @ --:-- GMT  ± -- hours.

Period:                     89.84 minutes
Inclination:               97.92°
Apogee:                   301 km
Perigee:                   231 km
Size:                        3.78 metres
Revolution Number: -
Predicted Location:  -

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Debris from a Chinese Chang Zheng-2C rocket body that was launched on the 6th September, 2008, from the Taiyaun Space Centre, China, for the HJ-1A Huan Jing-1A and HJ-1B Huan Jing-1B (Environment) satellite mission is predicted to re-enter the Earths atmosphere on the 6th August, 2010 @ --:-- GMT  ± -- hours.

TLE Data
CZ-2C DEB
1 33324U 08041E 10203.41565105 .00270069 32101-4 47496-3 0 6918
2 33324 097.9131 357.0127 0060502 201.1671 158.7400 15.98479597106166

Period:                     90.12 minutes
Inclination:               97.91°
Apogee:                   322 km
Perigee:                   238 km
Size:                        3.78 metres
Revolution Number: -
Predicted Location:  -

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