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MAYFLOWER satellite re-entry
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The MAYFLOWER satellite re-entered the Earths atmosphere on the 21st December, 2010 @ 21:09 GMT 4 hours.

Inclination: 34.53
Revolution Number: 211
Predicted Location: 2.5S, 223.3E

Ed ~ Correction, this was not a part of the Falcon 9 rocket body but the MAYFLOWER Nanosatellite.

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The Falcon 9 rocket body is predicted to re-enter the Earths atmosphere on the 21st December, 2010 @ 21:09 GMT 4 hours.

Period: 88.52 minutes
Inclination: 34.53
Apogee: 206 km
Perigee: 196 km
Size: 0.10 metres
Revolution Number: 211
Predicted Location: 2.5S, 223.3E

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The Falcon 9 rocket body is predicted to re-enter the Earths atmosphere on the 21st December, 2010 @ 21:44 GMT 7 hours.

Period: 89.26 minutes
Inclination: 34.53
Apogee: 248 km
Perigee: 228 km
Size: 0.10 metres
Revolution Number: 211
Predicted Location: 18.7S, 1.4E

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The Falcon 9 rocket body is predicted to re-enter the Earths atmosphere on the 21st December, 2010 @ 20:38 GMT 24 hours.

Period: 89.52 minutes
Inclination: 34.53
Apogee: 261 km
Perigee: 240 km
Size: 0.10 metres
Revolution Number: 211
Predicted Location: 24.2N, 89.3E

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The Falcon 9 rocket body is predicted to re-enter the Earths atmosphere on the 21st December, 2010 @ 17:50 GMT 48 hours.

Period: 89.52 minutes
Inclination: 34.53
Apogee: 261 km
Perigee: 240 km
Size: 0.10 metres
Revolution Number: 208
Predicted Location: 33.8N, 194.2E

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A Falcon 9 rocket body that was launched on the 8th December, 2010, from the Launch Complex 40 at the Air Force Station at Cape Canaveral, for SpaceX's Dragon Spacecraft mission is predicted to re-enter the Earths atmosphere on the 22nd December, 2010 @ 05:38 GMT 72 hours.

TLE Data
OBJECT J
1 37252U 10066J 10352.51675568 .01655488 18974-2 18332-2 0 196
2 37252 034.5328 110.9288 0016134 349.2932 010.7467 16.08637500 1576

Period: 89.83 minutes
Inclination: 34.54
Apogee: 278 km
Perigee: 254 km
Size: - metres
Revolution Number: 216
Predicted Location: 32.9N, 340.1E

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