Re: STS vis....UK

From: Robert Christy (bob@zarya.freeserve.co.uk)
Date: Sun Jan 14 2001 - 10:27:45 PST

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    Based on the STS-97 launch and my location (Lincoln), maximum altitude 
    will be 28 degrees, azimuth 195 degrees at 20-21 minutes after lift-off. The 
    orbiter will be about 195 kilometres above the ground.
    
    On 14 Jan 2001, at 12:25, John locker wrote:
    
    This Friday's launch may present a visual opportunity for UK
    observers.Looking at launch time / window there's a chance that we may see
    the shuttle on the climb out around 0735-0740 .....subject of course to
    clear skies :O(
    
    Can anyone confirm this ?
    
    Thanks ,
    
    John.
    53.2325 N
     3.5300 W
    
    
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