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ASCA Reentry

    ASCA satellite re-entered the atmosphere at 05:21 UT on March 2, 2001, after more than 8 years in orbit. The re-entry occurred over the western Pacific, at 8.2 degrees S and 163.2 degrees E.

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This file was last modified on Friday, 02-Mar-2001 11:38:58 EST

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