RE: Intro and in search of a water dump

From: Glenn Talbert (glenn_talbert@yahoo.com)
Date: Tue Dec 17 2002 - 16:41:46 EST

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    > Are water dumps scheduled?  If so, is the 
    >schedule available to the public?  If so, can
    >anybody out there point 
    >me in 
    >the right direction?  it would be great to see
    >another water dump.
    
    <http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/shuttle/timeline/index.html>
    Timeline schedule is posted 24 hours before launch,
    and as with what Ted said, "updated" schedule is
    posted daily. 
    Each day is in pdf, you'll be looking for 
    SIMO INITiate
    SIMO TERMinate
    Or
    SUPPLY/WASTE INITiate
    SUPPLY/WASTE TERMinate
    
    There is also a "Water dump using FES".
    This is an internal water dump not visible to ground
    based observers. More info on water dumps and the FES
    can be found on a SeeSat-L message from Aug. 18, 2001 
    http://satobs.org/seesat/Aug-2001/0316.html
    
      Glenn T.
       39.46N
       121.52W
    
    
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