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FALCON 9 rocket body re-entry
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Update:
The FALCON 9 rocket body, is predicted to re-enter the Earths atmosphere on the 11th October, 2012 @ 11:24 GMT ± 1 hour.

FALCON 9 RB
1 38848U 12054C   12285.25997685  .15019491  12746-4  35359-3 0   197
2 38848 051.6475 263.5990 0031483 057.6440 139.0054 16.42459500   525

Period:       89.95 minutes
Inclination: 51.65°
Apogee:     278 km
Perigee:     167 km 
Revolution Number:  56
Predicted Location:   13.1° N, 82.6° E



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Debris, now confirmed as a FALCON 9 rocket body, is predicted to re-enter the Earths atmosphere on the 11th October, 2012 @ 11:00 GMT ± 15 hours.

FALCON 9 RB
1 38848U 12054C   12284.43143874  .06516246  12332-4  93581-3 0   146
2 38848 051.6515 268.2400 0063854 053.2244 307.6551 16.27530320   392

Period:       89.95 minutes
Inclination: 51.65°
Apogee:     278 km
Perigee:     167 km 
Revolution Number:  54
Predicted Location:   51.6°S, 16.7°W



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Debris re-entry (38848U)
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Debris, likely a solar array cover, that was launched on the 7th October, 2012, from Cape Canaveral, is predicted to re-enter the Earths atmosphere on the 11th October, 2012 @ 08:00 GMT ± 24 hours.

OBJECT C
1 38848U 12054C   12284.06256353  .04220147  12154-4  79921-3 0   113
2 38848 051.6510 270.2772 0072516 051.6072 309.1976 16.23622212   338

Period:       89.36 minutes
Inclination: 51.65°
Apogee:     310 km
Perigee:     176 km 
Revolution Number:  52
Predicted Location:   19.6°N, 103.2°E



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