Soyuz TM-34 visibility for SA

From: Willie Koorts (wpk@saao.ac.za)
Date: Wed Apr 24 2002 - 20:51:32 EDT

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    Hi All
    
    The whole of South Africa seems to suffer from Mark-Shuttleworth-fever,
    who is due to launch on board a Soyuz shortly.  I might even be cornered
    into a radio talk tomorrow night and will appreciate if anyone who comes
    across early elements, to pass them on please.  (The northern parts of SA
    might have morning visibility.)
    
    Thanks very much
    Willie
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