SL-23 Rocket Body (ID 43090)

Reentry Prediction
Predicted Reentry Time 27 Jan 2018 22:35 UTC ± 2 hours
Orbit Epoch
Prediction Ground Track SL-23 Rocket Body (ID#43090) Prediction Ground Track Image View Legend

Yellow Icon – location of object at predicted reentry time
Orange Line – area of visibility at the predicted reentry time for a ground observer
Blue Line – ground track uncertainty prior to predicted reentry time (ticks at 5-minute intervals)
Yellow Line – ground track uncertainty after predicted reentry time (ticks at 5-minute intervals)
White Line – day/night divider at predicted reentry time (Sun location shown by White Icon)
Pink Icon – vicinity of eyewitness sighting
Note: Possible reentry locations lie anywhere along the blue and yellow ground track.

Reentry Sighting

SL-23 Rocket Body (ID#43090) Sighting
This object was sighted reentering on 27 January 2018 at 23:32 UTC over Pucallpa, Peru. Several fuel tanks were recovered by the Peruvian Air Force near the Puno region of Peru after they were notified by local residents.
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Object Description
Reentry Type
Rocket Body
Int'l Designation 2017-086D
NORAD Number
43090
Launched 26 December 2017 @ 19:00 UTC
Launch Site
Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan
Mission AngoSat 1 Communications Satellite

SL-23 Rocket Body Sighting Video 1

SL-23 Rocket Body Sighting Video 2

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