Re: STS-127 visibility

Date: Sun Jul 12 2009 - 23:13:56 UTC

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    In a message dated 7/12/2009 4:55:05 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, writes:
    As it looks like Endeavour will finally get  off the ground for the STS-127
    mission, here are some visibility  predictions.
    Sorry  Dan (and everyone else at SeeSat-L); latest from
    2301 GMT (7:01 p.m. EDT)
    SCRUB! Thunderstorms  west of the launch site will prevent space shuttle 
    Endeavour from blasting off  today during its brief launch window to 
    rendezvous with the International Space  Station. 
    NASA will try again Monday. The target liftoff time will be 6:51:24  p.m. 
    Dan . . . I guess you'll have to recalculate/adjust your TLE's to account  
    for a (hopefully) Monday launch.  :/
    -- joe rao
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