COSMOS 1408 DEB (ID 50556, REENTERED)

Reentry Prediction
Predicted Reentry Window 04 Jan 2022 02:23 UTC ± 26 hours
Epoch of most Recent Orbit Data
Prediction Ground Track
COSMOS 1408 DEB (ID 50556) Reentry Prediction Image

Yellow Icon – location of object at midpoint of reentry window
Orange Line – area of visibility at the predicted reentry time for a ground observer  -- area of potential visibility if the reentry occurred at the middle of the window
Blue Line – ground track uncertainty prior to middle of the reentry window (ticks at 5-minute intervals)
Yellow Line – ground track uncertainty after middle of the reentry window (ticks at 5-minute intervals)
White Line – day/night divider at middle of the reentry window (Sun location shown by White Icon; lighting shown at the center of the window)
Pink Icon – vicinity of eyewitness sighting

Note: Possible reentry locations lie anywhere along the blue and yellow ground track.  Areas not under the line are not exposed to the debris 

Object Description
Reentry Type
Debris
Int'l Designation 1982-092AJF
NORAD Number
50556
Launched 16 September 1982 @ 05:02 UTC
Launch Site

Note: For clarity, ground track is limited to +/- 6 hours

NOTICE: The materials about Upcoming Reentries are for informational purposes only and should not be used as a substitute for specific technical advice or opinions related to your particular facts and circumstances.