Re: STS 101 launch

From: Dale Ireland (direland@drdale.com)
Date: Fri Apr 14 2000 - 13:01:45 PDT

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    I am pretty sure the shuttle launch is 20:15 UT (4:15pm EDT) and the
    shuttle should pass over London about 20:30UT, an hour after sunset and
    5 minutes behind the ISS.
    
    Dale Ireland
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    ----- Original Message -----
    > >
    > >     Does anyone know where the shuttle launch trajectory will take
    it
    
    > Shuttle launch is set for 19:13 UT April 24, aiming fot the ISS,
    > at 19:33 UT its about 6 minutes after sunset.
    > ISS is making High elevation passes April 24,25,26 so you should see
    > the chase and the docking.
    
    
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