Shuttle trail from Texas at 12:57 CDT

From: Daniel Deak (dan.deak@sympatico.ca)
Date: Mon Jul 23 2001 - 20:32:24 PDT

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    Hello everybody, especially those in southern Texas,
    
    Because the first landing opportunity has been waived off due to incoming rain
    showers, the reentering Shuttle will be seen over the coast of the Gulf of
    Mexico if the second opportunity is GO. For the Houston area, the visible pass
    should begin at around 12:57 CDT and the plasma trail should be seen. This info
    just taken from NASA TV. Landing is scheduled at 01:14 CDT.
    
    Good luck,
    
    Dan
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    Daniel Deak
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    Drummondville, Quebec
    
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