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SMDC-ONE satellite re-entry
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The SMDC-ONE (Space Missile Defense Command - Operational Nanosatellite Effect) Nanosatellite that was launched on the 8th December, 2010, from the Launch Complex 40 at the Air Force Station at Cape Canaveral, with SpaceX's Dragon Spacecraft mission is predicted to re-enter the Earths atmosphere on the 12th January, 2011 @ 13:15 GMT  ±48 hours.

TLE Data
SMDC ONE
1 37246U 10066C 11009.20139414 .01425447 72415-6 77392-3 0 679
2 37246 034.5316 316.5784 0015838 207.0180 152.9731 16.18269867 5055

Period:       89.27 minutes
Inclination: 34.53°
Apogee:     247 km
Perigee:     229 km
Revolution Number: 562   
Predicted Location:  15.1°S, 185.6°E

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The SMDC-ONE (Space Missile Defense Command - Operational Nanosatellite Effect) Nanosatellite is predicted to re-enter the Earths atmosphere on the 12th January, 2011 @ 12:40 GMT  ±24 hours.

Period:       88.98 minutes
Inclination: 34.53°
Apogee:     235 km
Perigee:     214 km
Revolution Number: 560   
Predicted Location:  29.9°N, 48.1°E

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Update:
The SMDC-ONE nanosatellite is predicted to re-enter the Earths atmosphere on the 12th January, 2011 @ 16:07 GMT  ±7 hours.

Period:       88.72 minutes
Inclination: 34.54°
Apogee:     220 km
Perigee:     202 km
Revolution Number: 562   
Predicted Location:  5.3°S, 126.2°E

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