FW: T-IV B-30 - ascent visibility

From: Ted Molczan (molczan@rogers.com)
Date: Fri Apr 29 2005 - 19:57:17 EDT

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    Forwarded on behalf of Joe Rao.
    
    
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    From: Skywayinc@aol.com [mailto:Skywayinc@aol.com] 
    Sent: April 29, 2005 6:14 PM
    To: molczan@rogers.com; SeeSat-L@satobs.org
    Subject: Re: T-IV B-30 - ascent visibility
    
    
    I've just looked at the latest set of both visible and infrared satellite photos
    as we approach the launch of the Titan IV B-30 rocket along the US East Coast.  
    Here are the likely sky conditions for various regions:
    
    FLORIDA AND SOUTHERN GEORGIA:
    
    Scattered thin clouds to clear conditions.
    
    EASTERN HALVES OF SOUTH AND NORTH CAROLINA:
    
    Broken to scattered cloudiness, mostly of the mid-to-high level variety.
    
    MIDDLE ATLANTIC REGION (COASTAL VIRGINIA NORTH TO 
    SOUTHERN NEW YORK/LONG ISLAND AND THE 
    SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND COAST): 
    
    Mainly overcast conditions; mid-to-low level clouds.  This is not a 
    solid cloud deck . . . some fortuitous breaks could develop.
    
    NORTHEAST NEW YORK, MOST OF VERMONT & NEW HAMPSHIRE,
    NORTHERN MASSACHUSETTS, SOUTHWESTERN MAINE, 
    INCLUDING THE ATLANTIC COAST/DOWNEAST MAINE:
    
    Mainly clear to scattered cloudiness
    
    NOVA SCOTIA:
    Mainly clear skies.
    
    Happy viewing and good luck to all!
    -- joe rao
    
    
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