Re: STS109 flight path

From: Tony Beresford (
Date: Tue Feb 26 2002 - 01:29:23 EST

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    At 16:49 26/02/02, Kabookie wrote:
    >Does anyone know, or can anyone point me to, a site containing the flight
    >path of this morning's shuttle launch? Specifically, I'm wondering if it
    >will be viewable up the US east coast (more specifially, Pennsylvania).
    This flight is going to rendevous with the Hubble Telescope, which
    has an orbit which never gets further than 28.5 degrees from the equator.
    STS-109 must be launched due East to acheive this. 
    Flights up the East coast of US happen for ISS assembly launches, which the
    rest of the STS launch schedule for the year is all about.
    Tony Beresford
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