Re: Distance from ISS

From: Vitek, Antonin (
Date: Sun Dec 16 2001 - 01:09:10 EST

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    Jonathan T Wojack wrote:
    > Does anyone know what is the minimum distance that a piece of space junk
    > can pass from the ISS or Space Shuttle, and mission control will just 
    Befor COLA less than 5 km, after COLA 70 km (accordin to Spaceflight
    Now, recalculated from miles, probably done in n.mi.)
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