Re: Shuttle Launch Visibility from Europe

From: Skywayinc@aol.com
Date: Thu Aug 27 2009 - 22:48:10 UTC

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    In a message dated 8/27/2009 4:43:52  P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, 
    grd.holtkamp@t-online.de writes:
    With the launch  of Discovery now postponed to no earlier than Saturday 
    morning 
    (UTC)  European satellite observers are back in business again.  
    
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    And of course, the beautiful weather that the Eastern Seaboard has enjoyed  
    for much of this week
    now goes "bye-bye" as Tropical Storm Danny plods north along the coast  
    tomorrow night and Saturday.
    So . . . so much for me (and many others along the Atlantic Seaboard)  
    viewing Discovery's climb to orbit.
     
    As sewer worker, Ed Norton might have said to 
    bus driver, Ralph Kramden: "I guess we're all just a bunch of  hangnails on 
    the fickle finger of fate!"
    :(
    -- joe rao
     
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