Re: ISS and Zvezda docking live webcast !

From: John locker (satcom@uksysops.com)
Date: Tue Jul 25 2000 - 00:28:45 PDT

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    ESA TV will be covering the docking live via satellite.
    
    Final details of the channel to be used have not yet been posted , but I
    will forward them via the list once known.
    
    regards,
    
    john.
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    John locker
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    ----- Original Message -----
    From: Olivier Staiger <olivier.staiger@span.ch>
    To: Charlie Eltham <charles.eltham@virgin.net>; Seesat
    <seesat-l@blackadder.lmsal.com>
    Sent: Tuesday, July 25, 2000 6:57 AM
    Subject: R: ISS and Zvezda docking live webcast !
    
    
    > even better: check the live webcast of today's docking  at
    > http://spaceflightnow.com/station/zvezda/live_qt.html
    > at 8 pm EDT tuesday 25 july (00:00 GMT wednesday 26 july)
    >
    > Olivier  "Klipsi"  Staiger
    > HIGH MOON
    > http://eclipse.span.ch
    > "I'm not important, I'm just lucky."
    > -----Messaggio originale-----
    > Da: Charlie Eltham <charles.eltham@virgin.net>
    > A: Seesat <seesat-l@blackadder.lmsal.com>
    > Data: mardi, 25. juillet 2000 07:41
    > Oggetto: ISS and Zvezda
    >
    >
    > >Hello group,
    > >
    > >Doing my usual promo work for NASA. Received this yesterday evening:
    > >
    > >NASA Science News for July 24, 2000
    > >
    > >Thanks to a new NASA web site, stargazers can
    > >track the progress of the growing International
    > >Space Station (ISS) from their own backyards.
    > >Because it reflects sunlight down to Earth, the
    > >ISS often looks like a slow-moving star as it
    > >crosses the sky. It can even appear as bright as
    > >the star Sirius if you know when and where to
    > >look.
    > >
    > >Full story at:
    > >
    > >http://science.nasa.gov/headlines/y2000/ast24jul_1m.htm?list
    > >
    > >Regards,
    > >
    > >Charlie
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > >-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-
    > >Charlie Eltham
    > >9 Princes Road
    > >Tivoli
    > >Cheltenham
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    > >Tel.: 01242 577860
    > >Fax.: 01242 528410
    > >
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