Re: Mir Question - Semi-Urgent!

Date: Wed Feb 09 2000 - 09:02:02 PST

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    In a message dated 02/09/2000 12:35:18 PM EDT, writes:
    > I recognized it immediately because of the characteristic blue consoles.
    >  Unfortunately, I lost it trying to tune it in, and never could find it 
    >  I suppose NASA TV is out there, if you knew where to point the dish.
    "For those with satellite dishes NTV is available on GE-2, Transponder 9C at 
    85 degrees West longitude, vertical polarization, with a frequency of 3880 
    Mhz, and audio of 6.8 Mhz. This is a full transponder service and is 
    operational 24 hours a day.  Many cable television companies throughout the 
    United States provide a channel for such coverage during missions. If you are 
    unable to find NTV on your cable television system, you may want to contact 
    your service provider. "
    GE 2          
    1 24713U 97002A   00039.29308950 -.00000209  00000-0  10000-3 0  3500
    2 24713   0.0242 267.9294 0003023  83.9526 166.4241  1.00272018 11082
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    Don Gardner  39.1796 N, 76.8419 W, 34m ASL
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