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Asunto:[CIO_Chile] INFORME DEL C.E.F.A.A. SOBRE OVNI TURCO
Fecha:Lunes, 25 de Noviembre, 2002  10:54:35 (-0600)
Autor:Guillermo Aguilera <repovni @.....com>

Estimados amigos de las listas e investigadores, disculpen la tardanza en el envio, lo que sucede es que se me había perdido este mensaje, que ahora me reenvio Gustavo Rodriguez, Secretario del C.E.F.A.A. (Comite de Estudios de Fenómenos Aéreos Anomalos) dependiente de la Dirección de Aeronáutica Civil de la Fuerza Aéra de Chile.

 Gustavo Rodriguez <cefaaeta@...> wrote:

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----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, November 19, 2002 12:13 PM
Subject: Remite información

Guillermo,
 
Adjunto la información que me llegó hoy en relación con los avistamientos de Turkia.
 
Saludos
 
Gustavo

Re: Hugh UFO over Turkey

From: Harro Zimmer (Harro.Zimmer@t-online.de)
Date: Thu Nov 14 2002 - 11:18:00 EST

  • Next message: Greg Roberts: "Obs 12 Nov 2k2 Part 2"

    As I mentioned yesterday (UTC) this spectacular event over Turkey witnessed by
    six commercial aircraft on 01 November, around
    03:30-03:45 UTC was without any doubt the decay of  2002-050B 
    (#27553)the 3. stage of the SOYUZ rocket that launched a 3 men
    crew to the ISS on 30.October, 03:11 UTC.
    The empty rocket body has a mass of 2350 kg, 2.7 m diameter
    and a length of 6.7 m.
    The source from Turkey (SIRIUS UFO - mailto:info@...?Subject=Re: Hugh UFO
    over Turkey&In-Reply-To=<18CMh1-0hA7xwC@fwd03.sul.t-online.com> )
    mentioned 3 locations:
    AFYON   (Lat: 38.45°N, 30.40°E)
    YALOVA  (Lat: 40.39°N, 29.15°E)
    ANTALYA (Lat: 36.53°N, 30.42°E)
    
    For my in depth analysis I used the final ELSET 02305.02466301
    (aka 01 November, 03:35.30.88 UTC) and the current solar and 
    geomagnetic data. With my program MPM + REENTRY I have recon-
    struct the reentry trajectory.
    The visibility of the event from the Antalya airport sets a
    lower limit for the altitude of the decayer. All observations
    are at a time span shortly after the breakup altitude (78 km).
    
    With some uncertainty my analysis delivers for the nearest
    points:
    
    Antalya: 03:42:46 UTC AZ 311.0 - 331.7° EL: 11.9 - 20.8°
             Satellite Height: 78.4 km 
    AFYON:   03:42:54 UTC AZ 317.1 - 332.6° EL: 24.7 - 39.1°
             Satellite Height: 75.4 km
    YALOVA:  03:43:06 UTC AZ 130.2 - 141.9° EL: 41.6 - 61.9°
             Satellite Height: 72.1 km
    SCC'S Final prediction: 01 Nov,03:41 UTC (28.0°N, 26.0°E) 
    delivers within this analytical frame:
             03:42:06 UTC AZ 156.3 - 139.7° EL: 59.3° - 73.9°
    The reports mentioned about 10 - 15 observed fragments.
    
    A message from the source told me they are "quite certain"
    that the event was produced by the entry of a "hugh asteroid".
    For some reasons that is completely nonsens.  
    
    Harro
    
    mailto:Harro.Zimmer@t-online.de?Subject=Re: Hugh UFO over
    Turkey&In-Reply-To=<18CMh1-0hA7xwC@fwd03.sul.t-online.com>
    Berlin, Germany
    
    
    
    
    
    
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  • Re. Hugh UFO over over Turkey

    From: Harro Zimmer (Harro.Zimmer@t-online.de)
    Date: Wed Nov 13 2002 - 15:12:00 EST

  • Next message: Alan Pickup: "Decay watch: 2002 November 13"

    The explanation is very simple: The event was the decay
    of 2002-050B (#27553)SOYUZ RB
    SCC'FINAL REPORT predicted :
    01 November, 03:41 UTC +/- 07 minutes  (38.0°, 26.00°)
    ascending over the Mediterranian Sea near the coast of 
    Turkey.
    My final analysis showed the decay on
    01 November, 03:40 UTC +/- 22 minutes a bit more south.
    
    The decayer crossed onn the final part of its reentry trajectory around 03:42
    UTC exactly the area between between Afyon and
    Yayola. 
    A more detailed analysis will follow.
    
    Harro
    
    mailto:Harro.Zimmer@t-online.de?Subject=Re: Re. Hugh UFO over  over
    Turkey&In-Reply-To=<18C3s6-1GBfBgC@fwd02.sul.t-online.com>
    Berlin, Germany
    
     
    
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