Fw: ISS revisited...March 30 2003 2006gmt

From: Fam. F. de Graaff (f.c.de.graaff@freeler.nl)
Date: Thu Jul 22 2004 - 17:44:41 EDT

  • Next message: John Locker: "Re: ISS revisited...March 30 2003 2006gmt"

    Hi Bob,
    
    Below is what I sent John.
    
    Greetings, Frits
    
    
    ----- Original Message ----- 
    Sent: Thursday, July 22, 2004 11:33 PM
    Subject: Re: ISS revisited...March 30 2003 2006gmt
    
    
    Hi Frits...
    
    You are spot on...it seems it is a docked  Soyuz .I am surprised that the
    module could be resolved at that range.
    I  suppose the sun angle was just right!
    
    Thanks again for your help.
    
    John.
    
    
    
    ----- Original Message ----- 
    From: "Fam. F. de Graaff" <f.c.de.graaff@freeler.nl>
    To: "John Locker" <john@satcom.freeserve.co.uk>
    Sent: Thursday, July 22, 2004 10:02 PM
    Subject: Re: ISS revisited...March 30 2003 2006gmt
    
    
    Well John,
    
    At the end the puzzle is complete then .
    
    It was the Soyuz TMA-1 then,  docked : 29th  of october 2002- 4th  of may
    2003 .
    
    see my source:
    :  http://www.wordiq.com/definition/Extra-vehicular_activity#EVA_hazards
    
    
    What other spacecraft could it be?
    the Soyuz TM-34  left the ISS   10th of November 2002.
    
    The unfortunate STS-107-Columbia had left 1st febrauary 2003.
    
    If I said something wrong, please correct me.
    
    Friendly Regards
    
    Frits
    
    Holland
    51.9830 degrees N. and 5.8000 degrees E.
    23:02 Central European Summer Time ( gmt +2:00)
    
    
    
    
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