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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2005/04/18 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF CUBA TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
The Cuban people also expect most of the world's governments to act consistently in opposing the spurious maneuver engineered by the US administration year after year at the Commission on Human Rights.
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NOTE /BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
联 合 国 S/2021/777 安全理事会 Distr.: General 8 September 2021 Chinese Original: English 21-10945 (C) 290921 041021 *2110945*
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2005/04/18 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF CUBA TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
Due to the situation that had arisen, it was necessary to take urgent measures that would protect the interests of the country, faced with the serious damage that the new anti-Cuban maneuver would cause. On the 23rd of October 2004, with this aim in mind, the Minister President of the Banco Central de Cuba, Francisco Soberón Valdés, announced Resolution No. 80/2004.
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LETTER DATED 4 MARCH 2016 FROM THE PANEL OF EXPERTS ON LIBYA ESTABLISHED PURSUANT TO RESOLUTION 1973 (2011) ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
联 合 国 S/2016/209 安全理事会 Distr.: General 9 March 2016 Chinese Original: English 16-01029 (C) 080316 090316 *1601029* 2016年 3月 4日第
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 1997/12/22 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA TO THE UNITED NATIONS (VIENNA) ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
International period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch General function of space objects(min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics Nodal The following objects were launched since the last report and remain in orbit: 1997-007B 17 February 1997 2 066.2 23.2 94 493 226 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1997-008A 23 February 1997 94.0 28.6 759 185 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1997-008B 23 February 1997 94.0 28.6 759 185 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1997-008C 23 February 1997 94.0 28.6 759 185 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1997-008D 23 February 1997 94.0 28.6 759 185 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects *The registration data are reproduced in the form in which they were received. 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International period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch General function of space objects(min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics Nodal The following objects were launched since the last report and remain in orbit: 1997-011A 08 March 1997 368.9 25.8 21 158 162 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1997-011B 08 March 1997 368.0 26.0 21 114 154 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report: 1994-029AAQ 19 May 1994 102.8 82.1 1 199 633 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1994-029AAS 19 May 1994 98.5 82.0 803 571 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1994-029AAT 19 May 1994 96.6 82.0 810 384 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1994-029AAU 19 May 1994 99.3 82.4 1 002 473 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1994-029AAV 19 May 1994 96.7 81.7 645 572 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects International period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch General function of space objects(min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics Nodal The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report ( continued): 1994-029AAX 19 May 1994 94.3 82.0 561 449 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1994-029AAY 19 May 1994 98.8 82.1 851 561 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1994-029AAZ 19 May 1994 100.0 82.4 950 569 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1994-029ABA 19 May 1994 99.8 82.2 946 561 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1994-029ABB 19 May 1994 99.3 81.8 896 593 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1994-029ABC 19 May 1994 97.9 82.1 736 608 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1994-029ABD 19 May 1994 99.1 82.2 855 579 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1994-029ABE 19 May 1994 98.5 82.1 820 579 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1994-029ABF 19 May 1994 98.8 82.1 846 558 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1994-029ABG 19 May 1994 99.9 82.0 982 569 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1994-029ABH 19 May 1994 99.2 81.8 906 574 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects International period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch General function of space objects(min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics Nodal The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z on 31 March 1997: 1994-029AAR 19 May 1994 91.5 82.0 361 333 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1994-029AAW 19 May 1994 90.7 81.9 319 297 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects The following objects achieved orbit since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z on 31 March 1997: NONE The following objects identified on a previous report are no longer in orbit as of 31 March 1997: 1990-034C, 1994-029BF, 1994-029CH, 1994-029DA, 1994-DV, 1996-054B, 1994-029PD, 1994-029SC, 1994-029SM, 1994-029TA, 1994-029TH, 1994-029TT, 1994-029UG, 1994-029UV, 1973-086CH The following objects were launched since the last report but did not achieve orbit: NONE Revisions that should be made to previously reported data: NONE REGISTRATION DATA FOR UNITED STATES SPACE LAUNCHES The following report supplements the registration data for the United States launches as of 30 April 1997. 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International period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch General function of space objects(min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics Nodal The following objects were launched since the last report and remain in orbit: 1997-012A 04 April 1997 101.9 98.9 874 861 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as communications 1997-012B 04 April 1997 101.8 98.9 869 862 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1997-012C 04 April 1997 101.9 98.9 863 871 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1997-012D 04 April 1997 101.8 98.9 862 849 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1997-012E 04 April 1997 101.8 98.9 863 847 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1997-018B 21 April 1997 96.1 151.0 588 560 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1997-019A 25 April 1997 1 436.2 .44 42 326 163 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1997-019B 25 April 1997 746.9 27.2 41 611 170 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects International period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch General function of space objects(min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics Nodal The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report: 1994-029ABJ 19 May 1994 112.9 82.0 2 141 577 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1994-029ABK 19 May 1994 101.5 82.6 1 068 603 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1994-029ABL 19 May 1994 101.3 82.1 1 031 612 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1994-029ABM 19 May 1994 101.9 81.1 1 105 617 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1994-029ABR 19 May 1994 102.2 81.8 1 115 612 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z on 30 April 1997: 1994-029ABP 19 May 1994 94.9 81.8 540 514 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1994-029ABQ 19 May 1994 95.5 81.7 602 490 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1994-029ABS 19 May 1994 98.7 82.0 818 578 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1994-029ABT 19 May 1994 92.5 81.8 432 363 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects International period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch General function of space objects(min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics Nodal The following objects achieved orbit since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z on 30 April 1997: 1997-013A 04 April 1997 90.6 28.4 314 296 Reusable space transportation systems The following objects identified on a previous report are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z on 30 April 1997: 1989-089P, 1965-082CG, 1969-082ES, 1963-014DV, 1994-029CA, 1994-029CZ, 1994-029DU, 1994-029NH, 1994-029 PJ, 1994-029PM, 1994-029QD, 1994-029QW, 1994-029RY, 1994-029VJ, 1994-029VX, 1994-029VZ, 1994-029XG, 1994-029YC, 1994-029ZV, 1994-029ZX The following objects were launched since the last report but did not achieve orbit: NONE Revisions that should be made to previously reported data: NONE REGISTRATION DATA FOR UNITED STATES SPACE LAUNCHES The following report supplements the registration data for the United States launches as of 31 May 1997.
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 96/06/04 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA TO THE UNITED NATIONS (VIENNA) ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Basic Orbital Characteristics International Date of Launch Nodal Inclination Apogee Perigee General Function of Space Objects Designation Period (degrees) (km) (km) (min) The following objects were launched since the last report and remain in orbit: 1995-065B 02 December 1995 No Current Elements Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1995-066A 05 December 1995 97.3 97.8 1,006 265 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1995-066B 05 December 1995 97.3 97.8 1,006 265 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1995-074A 30 December 1995 96.2 22.9 583 565 Spacecraft engaged in investigation of spaceflight techniques and technology 1995-074B 30 December 1995 91.8 24.9 550 174 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1995-074C 30 December 1995 95.7 22.9 575 532 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1995-074D 30 December 1995 95.6 22.8 694 402 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1995-074E 30 December 1995 95.5 23.1 625 463 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects Basic Orbital Characteristics International Date of Launch Nodal Inclination Apogee Perigee General Function of Space Objects Designation Period (degrees) (km) (km) (min) The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report: 1995-043B The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 31 December, 1995: NONE The following objects achieved orbit since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 31 December, 1995: NONE The following objects identified in a previous report are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 31 December, 1995: 1975-004HL The following objects were launched since the last report but did not achieve orbit: NONE Revisions that should be made to previously reported data: NONE REGISTRATION DATA FOR UNITED STATES SPACE LAUNCHES The following report supplements the registration data for the United States Launches as of 31 January, 1996. 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Basic Orbital Characteristics International Date of Launch Nodal Inclination Apogee Perigee General Function of Space Objects Designation Period (degrees) (km) (km) (min) The following objects were launched since the last report and remain in orbit: 1996-006B 01 February 1996 191.6 21.9 89,256 211 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1996-008A 17 February 1996 No Current Elements Spacecraft engaged in investigation of spaceflight techniques and technology 1996-008B 17 February 1996 157.8 26.0 6,421 173 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1996-008C 17 February 1996 No Current Elements Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1996-012A 22 February 1996 90.2 28.4 292 281 Reusable space transportation systems 1996-013A 24 February 1996 936.9 85.9 50,495 185 Spacecraft engaged in investigation of spaceflight techniques and technology 1996-013B 24 February 1996 95.4 85.9 895 182 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1996-013C 24 February 1996 937.3 85.9 50,509 189 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects Basic Orbital Characteristics International Date of Launch Nodal Inclination Apogee Perigee General Function of Space Objects Designation Period (degrees) (km) (km) (min) The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report: 1995-059C 4 November 1995 109.6 100.6 1,503 943 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 29 February, 1996: NONE The following objects achieved orbit since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 29 February, 1996: NONE The following objects identified in a previous report are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 29 February, 1996: NONE The following objects were launched since the last report but did not achieve orbit: NONE Revisions that should be made to previously reported data: NONE REGISTRATION DATA FOR UNITED STATES SPACE LAUNCHES The following report supplements the registration data for the United States Launches as of 31 March, 1996. 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Basic Orbital Characteristics International Date of Launch Nodal Inclination Apogee Perigee General Function of Space Objects Designation Period (degrees) (km) (km) (min) The following objects were launched since the last report and remain in orbit: 1996-014A 09 March 1996 101.2 90.0 837 806 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1996-014B 09 March 1996 101.2 90.0 837 806 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1996-018A 22 March 1996 92.3 51.6 396 387 Reusable space transportation systems 1996-019A 28 March 1996 356.9 34.9 20,387 192 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1996-019B 28 March 1996 94.7 35.1 555 454 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1996-019C 28 March 1996 355.4 34.9 20,293 192 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects Basic Orbital Characteristics International Date of Launch Nodal Inclination Apogee Perigee General Function of Space Objects Designation Period (degrees) (km) (km) (min) The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report: 1966-077D 19 August 1966 165.0 88.3 6,052 1,143 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1966-077E 19 August 1966 164.5 88.6 6,147 992 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1966-077F 19 August 1966 166.0 88.6 5,726 1,560 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1966-077G 19 August 1966 166.6 89.3 4,838 2,510 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1966-077H 19 August 1966 164.4 88.2 6,131 1,005 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1966-077J 19 August 1966 167.2 89.6 4,193 3,202 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1966-077K 19 August 1966 166.4 88.9 5,264 2,054 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1981-038D 24 April 1981 691.2 63.2 38,109 960 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects Basic Orbital Characteristics International Date of Launch Nodal Inclination Apogee Perigee General Function of Space Objects Designation Period (degrees) (km) (km) (min) The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report (cont.): 1981-038E 24 April 1981 686.3 63.3 37,618 1,209 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1983-078C 31 July 1983 699.0 63.1 39,040 422 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1983-078D 31 July 1983 693.0 63.1 38,767 394 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1988-077P 02 September 1988 708.5 26.6 39,385 516 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1988-077Q 02 September 1988 712.9 26.8 39,606 510 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1988-077R 02 September 1988 726.2 26.6 40,286 489 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects Basic Orbital Characteristics International Date of Launch Nodal Inclination Apogee Perigee General Function of Space Objects Designation Period (degrees) (km) (km) (min) The following objects achieved orbit since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 31 March, 1996: NONE The following objects identified in a previous report are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 31 March, 1996: 1995-004C 1996-012A 1996-018A The following objects were launched since the last report but did not achieve orbit: NONE Revisions that should be made to previously reported data: NONE
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 99/06/17 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA TO THE UNITED NATIONS (VIENNA) ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
International Nodal period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch General function of space objects(min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics The following objects were launched since the last report and remain in orbit: 1998-069C 04 December 1998 92.3 51.6 394 380 Spacecraft engaged in investigation of space flight techniques and technology 1998-069D 04 December 1998 92.1 51.6 382 374 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1998-069E 04 December 1998 92.1 51.6 381 371 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1998-071A 06 December 1998 97.6 69.9 656 644 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-071B 06 December 1998 97.5 69.9 652 643 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1998-071C 06 December 1998 96.8 69.9 622 603 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects ST/SG /SER .E/360 3 International Nodal period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch General function of space objects(min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics 1998-073A 11 December 1998 88.2 28.4 201 189 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-073C 11 December 1998 95.5 28.4 908 187 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1998-075A 21 December 1998 1435.8 0.1 35769 35767 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report: 1965-109G 22 December 1965 103.9 89.1 1052 876 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1983-078E 31 July 1983 711.5 63.5 39210 831 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1988-077S 02 September 1988 720.7 26.7 40057 391 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1991-017D 08 March 1991 93.2 68.0 485 380 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1994-029AEF 19 May 1994 122.5 82.3 2989 622 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 4 ST/SG /SER .E/360International Nodal period Inclination Apogee Perigeedesignation Date of launch General function of space objects(min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report, but no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 31 December 1998: NONE The objects achieved orbit since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 31 December 1998: 1998-069A 04 December 1998 92.4 51.6 399 382 Reusable space transportation system 1998-073B 11 December 1998 95.0 23.9 878 170 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects The following objects identified in a previous report are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 31 December 1998: 1965-082LD; 1965-082MT; 1975-052BF; 1975-100C; 1993-077B; 1994-029ADW; 1994-029BD; 1994-029EY; 1994-029JD; 1994-029LL; 1994-029MP; 1994-029TY; 1996-024BD; 1997-084J The following objects were launched since the last report but did not achieve orbit: NONE Revisions that should be made to previously reported data: NONE 5 ST/SG /SER .E/360 REGISTRATION DATA FOR UNITED STATES SPACE LAUNCHES The following report supplements the registration data for the United States launches as of 31 January 1999. 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International period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch General function of space objects(min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics Nodal The following objects were launched since the last report and remain in orbit: 1999-001A 03 January 1999 94.7 28.4 772 238 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1999-001B 03 January 1999 94.7 28.4 771 238 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1999-001C 03 January 1999 92.0 25.8 530 218 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report: 1966-040E 15 May 1966 107.9 100.4 1171 1089 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1966-040F 15 May 1966 107.9 100.4 1162 1102 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1966-040G 15 May 1966 107.9 100.5 1170 1088 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1991-076L 08 November 1991 105.5 63.4 1016 1015 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1992-086F 02 December 1992 102.8 57.0 891 890 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects ST/SG /SER .E/360 6 International period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch General function of space objects(min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics Nodal 1996-029K 12 May 1996 107.4 63.4 1161 1053 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1998-055C 03 October 1998 98.8 85.0 713 695 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 31 January 1999: NONE The following objects achieved orbit since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 31 January 1999: NONE The following objects identified on a previous report are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 31 January 1999: 1970-025N; 1989-089W; 1989-089M; 1989-089N; 1989-089BM; 1989-089BN; 1991-017B; 1994-029ACA; 1994-029ADV; 1994-029BQ; 1994-029CK; 1994-029EH; 1994-029HJ; 1994-029NW; 1994-029U; 1994-029S; 1994-029WG; 1994-029WS; 1998-046J; 1998-066F The following objects were launched since the last report but did not achieve orbit: NONE Revisions that should be made to preciously reported data: NONE 7 ST/SG /SER .E/360 REGISTRATION DATA FOR UNITED STATES SPACE LAUNCHES The following report supplements the registration data for the United States launches as of 28 February 1999. 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International Nodal period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch General function of space objects(min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics The following objects were launched since the last report and remain in orbit: 1999-017A 09 April 1999 94.1 28.6 763 200 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1999-017B 09 April 1999 92.7 28.6 630 193 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1999-017C 09 April 1999 94.1 28.6 763 200 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1999-017D 09 April 1999 94.1 28.6 763 200 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1999-017E 09 April 1999 94.1 28.6 763 200 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1999-018B 12 April 1999 812.1 20.2 44678 231 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 12 ST/SG /SER .E/360 International Nodal period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch General function of space objects(min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics 1999-020A 15 April 1999 98.5 98.2 700 678 Spacecraft engaged in investigation of space flight techniques and technology 1999-020B 15 April 1999 92.7 107.6 628 181 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1999-023A 30 April 1999 88.5 28.6 210 202 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1999-023B 30 April 1999 88.5 28.6 210 202 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report: NONE The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z on 30 April 1999: NONE The following objects achieved orbit since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z on 30 April 1999: NONE 13 ST/SG /SER .E/360 International Nodal period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch General function of space objects(min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics The following objects identified on a previous report are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 30 April 1999: 1975-004W; 1978-026HT; 1983-094B; 1987-053D; 1994-029AA; 1994-029DW; 1994-029JF; 1994-029SG; 1994-029SP; 1994-029WV; 1994-029ZH; 1998-057B; 1998-069D The following objects were launched since the last report but did not achieve orbit: NONE Revisions the should be made to previously reported data: NONE
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 97/03/21 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA TO THE UNITED NATIONS (VIENNA) ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Basic Orbital Characteristics International Date of Launch Nodal Inclination Apogee Perigee General Function of Space Objects Designation Period (degrees) (km) (km) (min) The following objects were launched since the last report and remain in orbit: 1996-020B 03 April 1996 642.5 22.0 35,543 1,029 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1996-024A 24 April 1996 102.9 99.4 913 903 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1996-024B 24 April 1996 102.9 99.4 913 908 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1996-024C 24 April 1996 103.0 99.3 971 842 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1996-026A 24 April 1996 684.0 28.6 38,455 225 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1996-027B 30 April 1996 95.3 4.0 594 469 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report: 1966-077L 19 August 1966 165.0 88.3 6,052 1,143 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects Basic Orbital Characteristics International Date of Launch Nodal Inclination Apogee Perigee General Function of Space Objects Designation Period (degrees) (km) (km) (min) The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 30 April, 1996: NONE The following objects achieved orbit since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 30 April, 1996: NONE The following objects identified in a previous report are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 30 April, 1996: 1996-018A The following objects were launched since the last report but did not achieve orbit: NONE Revisions that should be made to previously reported data: NONE ANNEX REGISTRATION DATA FOR U.S. (...) Basic Orbital Characteristics International Date of Launch Nodal Inclination Apogee Perigee General Function of Space Objects Designation Period (degrees) (km) (km) (min) The following objects were launched since the last report and remain in orbit: 1996-029A 12 May 1996 93.7 63.4 635 284 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1996-029B 12 May 1996 93.7 63.4 635 284 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1996-029C 12 May 1996 93.7 63.4 635 284 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1996-029D 12 May 1996 93.7 63.4 635 284 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1996-029E 12 May 1996 93.7 63.4 635 284 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1996-029F 12 May 1996 93.7 63.4 635 284 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1996-029G 12 May 1996 93.7 63.4 635 284 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1996-029H 12 May 1996 93.7 63.4 635 284 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1996-029I 12 May 1996 93.7 63.4 635 284 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1996-029J 12 May 1996 93.7 63.4 635 284 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects Basic Orbital Characteristics International Date of Launch Nodal Inclination Apogee Perigee General Function of Space Objects Designation Period (degrees) (km) (km) (min) The following objects were launched since the last report and remain in orbit(cont.): 1996-031A 17 May 1996 91.0 97.1 359 288 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1996-031B 17 May 1996 90.9 97.1 350 286 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1996-032D 19 May 1996 90.1 39.0 283 277 Spacecraft engaged in research and exploration of the upper atmosphere or outer space 1996-033A 24 May 1996 104.3 25.8 1,579 343 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1996-033B 24 May 1996 104.3 25.8 1,579 343 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1996-033C 24 May 1996 682.1 23.0 36,705 1,876 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report: 1989-089BE 18 November 1989 102.1 98.9 958 808 \Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1996-024C 24 April 1996 103.0 99.37 970 842 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects Basic Orbital Characteristics International Date of Launch Nodal Inclination Apogee Perigee General Function of Space Objects Designation Period (degrees) (km) (km) (min) The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 31 May, 1996: NONE The following objects achieved orbit since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 31 May, 1996: 1996-032A 19 May 1996 90.1 39.0 284 274 Reusable space transportation systems 1996-032B 19 May 1996 90.1 39.0 288 277 Spacecraft engaged in research and exploration of the upper atmosphere or outer space 1996-032C 19 May 1996 88.9 39.0 229 217 Spacecraft engaged in research and exploration of the upper atmosphere or outer space The following objects identified in a previous report are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 31 May, 1996: 1963-014DR 1963-014DX 1980-032B 1989-089BU 1996-0013B The following objects were launched since the last report but did not achieve orbit: NONE Revisions that should be made to previously reported data: NONE REGISTRATION DATA FOR U.S. (...) Basic Orbital Characteristics International Date of Launch Nodal Inclination Apogee Perigee General Function of Space Objects Designation Period (degrees) (km) (km) (min) The following objects were launched since the last report and remain in orbit: 1996-036A 20 June 1996 89.7 39.0 266 259 Reusable space transportation systems The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report: 1961-028G 21 October 1961 165.3 95.8 4,481 2,754 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1978-064G 27 June 1978 99.3 108.0 738 713 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1978-064H 27 June 1978 99.3 107.9 740 713 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1978-096F 13 October 1978 101.2 98.8 830 812 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects 1983-063E 27 June 1983 100.5 82.0 813 752 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non- functional objects The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 30 June, 1996: NONE Basic Orbital Characteristics International Date of Launch Nodal Inclination Apogee Perigee General Function of Space Objects Designation Period (degrees) (km) (km) (min) The following objects achieved orbit since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 30 June, 1996: NONE The following objects identified in a previous report are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z 30 June, 1996: 1963-014AT 1995-001B The following objects were launched since the last report but did not achieve orbit: NONE Revisions that should be made to previously reported data: NONE
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Master vehicle Data calibration by VDS master time synchronization Vehicle domain Domain vehicle 2 7 Domain vehicle 1 VDS Vehicle Domain Service Driving maneuver within operation domain  Vehicle domain for driving maneuver have two areas - It consists of preparation and operation domain. - Vehicle domain system shall define only the method of data exchange and negotiation sequences. Master vehicle Vehicle domain Domain vehicle Preparation Operation Typical driving maneuver example of lane change 8 VDS Vehicle Domain Service Reference time generation in operation domain  Master vehicle generates reference time - In order to collect data within operation domain, master vehicle generates reference time steps for data synchronization. Master vehicle Vehicle domain Typical driving maneuver example of lane change Synchronization Time Steps 9 Domain vehicle VDS Vehicle Domain Service Calibrated data collection of driving maneuver  Master vehicle collects the calibrated data - Master vehicle requests relevant data for maneuver negotiation to target domain vehicle with generated reference stepped time. - Domain vehicle will report the calibrated data. - Maneuver plan will be adjusted with target domain vehicle, if necessary.
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 98/07/22 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA TO THE UNITED NATIONS (VIENNA) ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
International period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch General function of space objects(min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics Nodal The following objects were launched since the last report and remain in orbit: 1998-001A 07 January 1998 118 90 100 99 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-002B 10 January 1998 105.8 26.8 1 298.7 765 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1998-002C 10 January 1998 655 23.6 36 037 1 173.8 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1998-002D 10 January 1998 99.6 28.5 1 145 333.9 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1998-002E 10 January 1998 105.8 28.6 1 296 767.7 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1998-002F 10 January 1998 99.6 28.5 1 145 333.9 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1998-005A 29 January 1998 94.1 62.5 795 191 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-005B 29 January 1998 94.1 62.5 795 191 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects *The registration data are reproduced in the form in which they were received. 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International period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch General function of space objects(min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics Nodal The following objects were launched since the last report and remain in orbit: 1998-007A 10 February 1998 99.1 108.04 717 716 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-007B 10 February 1998 101.5 107.9 875 785 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-007C 10 February 1998 101.5 107.9 875 785 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-007D 10 February 1998 101.8 108.0 890 800 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1998-007E 10 February 1998 101.8 108.0 892 800 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1998-008A 14 February 1998 113 52.0 1 400 1 328.6 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications International period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch General function of space objects(min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics Nodal 1998-008B 14 February 1998 113 52.0 1 400 1 328.6 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-008C 14 February 1998 113 52.0 1 400 1 328.6 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-008D 14 February 1998 113 52.0 1 400 1 328.6 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-008E 14 February 1998 99.6 52.71 1 235 243.9 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1998-010A 18 February 1998 100.467 86.40 780 780 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-010B 18 February 1998 100.467 86.40 780 780 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-010C 18 February 1998 100.467 86.40 780 780 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-010D 18 February 1998 100.467 86.40 780 780 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications International period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch General function of space objects(min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics Nodal 1998-010E 18 February 1998 100.467 86.40 780 780 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-010F 18 February 1998 93.656 83.779 631.12 294 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1998-012A 26 February 1998 95.9 97.7 582 542 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-012B 26 February 1998 95.9 97.7 581 545 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-012C 26 February 1998 95.9 97.7 582 546 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1998-012D 26 February 1998 95.9 97.7 582 546 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1998-014B 28 February 1998 594.89 23 33 933 167 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report: 1963-049N 05 December 1963 106.9 90.1 1 132 1 078 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects International period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch General function of space objects(min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics Nodal The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z on 28 February 1998: NONE The following objects achieved orbit since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z on 28 February 1998: NONE The following objects identified on a previous report are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z on 28 February 1998: 1994-029Y, 1994-029DN, 1994-029KT, 1994-029NE, 1994-029QJ, 1994-029QQ, 1994-029VY The following objects were launched since the last report but did not achieve orbit: NONE Revisions that should be made to previously reported data: NONE REGISTRATION DATA FOR UNITED STATES SPACE LAUNCHES The following report supplements the registration data for the United States launches as of 31 March 1998. 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International period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch General function of space objects(min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics Nodal The following objects were launched since the last report and remain in orbit: 1998-016A 16 March 1998 1 435.9 6 36 085 35 480 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-016B 16 March 1998 412.9 27 23 748 229 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1998-019A 30 March 1998 100.467 86.4 780 780 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-019B 30 March 1998 100.467 86.4 780 780 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-019C 30 March 1998 100.467 86.4 780 780 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-019D 30 March 1998 100.467 86.4 780 780 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications International period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch General function of space objects(min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics Nodal 1998-019E 30 March 1998 100.467 86.4 780 780 Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communications 1998-019F 30 March 1998 92.87 83.12 489.6 340.6 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report: 1968-055E 04 July 1968 147.4 120.8 4 950 778 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1978-068C 29 January 1978 640.4 21.5 35 580 887 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects 1994-029ADJ 19 May 1994 104.9 81.8 1 469 512 Spent boosters, spent maneuvering stages, shrouds and other non-functional objects The following objects not previously reported have been identified since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z on 31 March 1998: NONE The following objects achieved orbit since the last report but are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z on 31 March 1998: NONE The following objects identified on a previous report are no longer in orbit as of 2400Z on 31 March 1998: 1970-025PX, 1989-089AS, 1994-029AZ, 1994-029DZ, 1994-029EA, 1994-029PE, 1994-029RC, 1994-029RW, 1994-029SF, 1994-029WY, 1997-034F, 1994-029ACC, 1997-059B International period Inclination Apogee Perigee designation Date of launch General function of space objects(min) (degrees) (km) (km) Basic orbital characteristics Nodal The following objects were launched since the last report but did not achieve orbit: NONE Revisions that should be made to previously reported data: NONE
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