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The main body of the KOSMOS 2421 satellite re-entered the Earths atmosphere on the 19th August, 2010 @ 04:17 GMT  ± 1 minute.

Inclination:   65.01°
Revolution Number: 23642
Size:                      4.5 metres
Predicted Location:  35° S, 177° E

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The main body of the KOSMOS 2421 satellite is predicted to re-enter the Earths atmosphere on the 19th August, 2010 @ 03:06 GMT  ± 8 hours.

Period:         88.33 minutes
Inclination:   65.01°
Apogee:       200 km
Perigee:       184 km
Revolution Number: 23643
Size:                      4.5 metres
Predicted Location:  10.3° N, 219.8° E

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The main body of the KOSMOS 2421 satellite is predicted to re-enter the Earths atmosphere on the 19th August, 2010 @ 02:51 GMT  ± 16 hours.

Period:         88.78 minutes
Inclination:   65.01°
Apogee:       223 km
Perigee:       205 km
Revolution Number: 23641
Size:                      4.5 metres
Predicted Location:  45.7° S, 190.3° E

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The main body of the KOSMOS 2421 satellite is predicted to re-enter the Earths atmosphere on the 18th August, 2010 @ 19:03 GMT  ± 24 hours.

TLE Data
COSMOS 2421
1 29247U 06026A 10228.85769556 .01697974 72747-5 64541-3 0 2623
2 29247 065.0223 236.2891 0016130 261.1790 098.6582 16.23490505236051


Period:         88.78 minutes
Inclination:   65.01°
Apogee:       223 km
Perigee:       205 km
Revolution Number: 23637
Size:                      4.5 metres
Predicted Location:  17.2° S, 165.6° E

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The main body of the KOSMOS 2421 satellite is predicted to re-enter the Earths atmosphere on the 13th August, 2010.

Period:         89.74 minutes
Inclination:   65.03°
Apogee:       276 km
Perigee:       247 km
Revolution Number: -
Size:                      4.5 metres
Predicted Location:  -

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The main body of the KOSMOS 2421 satellite is predicted to re-enter the Earths atmosphere on the 12th August, 2010.

Period:         89.89 minutes
Inclination:   65.02°
Apogee:       283 km
Perigee:       256 km
Revolution Number: -
Size:                      7.5 metres
Predicted Location:  -

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The main body of the KOSMOS 2421 satellite is predicted to re-enter the Earths atmosphere on the 18th August, 2010.

Period:         90.18 minutes
Inclination:   65.02°
Apogee:       297
Perigee:       270
Revolution Number: -
Size:                      7.5 metres
Predicted Location:  -

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The main body of the KOSMOS 2421 satellite is predicted to re-enter the Earths atmosphere on the 21st August, 2010.

Period:         90.30 minutes
Inclination:   65.02°
Apogee:       303
Perigee:       276
Revolution Number: -
Size:                      7.5 metres
Predicted Location:  -


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The main body of the KOSMOS 2421 satellite is predicted to re-enter the Earth atmosphere on the 22nd August, 2010.

Period:         90.43 minutes
Inclination:   65.03°
Apogee:       308
Perigee:       283
Revolution Number: -
Size:                      7.5 metres
Predicted Location:  -

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The main body of the KOSMOS 2421 satellite is predicted to re-enter the Earth atmosphere on the 13th August, 2010.

TLE Data
KOSMOS 2421
1 29247U 06026A 10185.11699757 .00119680 12057-4 36401-3 0 1610
2 29247 065.0252 035.1839 0018560 272.3177 087.5757 15.91689529229056

Period:         90.48 minutes
Inclination:   65.02°
Apogee:       311
Perigee:       286
Revolution Number: -
Size:                      7.5 metres
Predicted Location:  -

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