STS-96 Space Shuttle Re-entry Data

Jake Rees (jrburca@worldnet.att.net)
Fri, 4 Jun 1999 17:00:54 -0700

Central America, you're in luck.
-- Jake

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STS-96 Entry (KSC landing on orbit 154)    6-Jun-1999
Launch:  27-May-1999  10:49:42 UTC
          CITY                TIME         ELEV         AZ      ELSUN
BOOM
  1.  David, Panama        05:44:48 UTC    21.6  WNW  (292.1)   -57.9
9:28
  2.  Havana, Cuba         05:50:53 UTC    15.6  E    ( 80.8)   -43.1
9:25
  3.  Managua, Nicaragua   05:45:25 UTC     7.6  ESE  (112.8)   -54.4
21:31
  4.  Panama City, Panama  05:45:16 UTC     6.6  WNW  (290.8)   -56.8
23:54
  5.  Puerto Limon, CR     05:45:11 UTC    63.9  WNW  (290.0)   -56.4
3:56
  6.  San Jose, Costa Rica 05:45:03 UTC    41.5  ESE  (111.7)   -56.5
5:19
  7.  San Salvador         05:45:31 UTC     1.5  ESE  (112.6)   -52.8
40:58
  8.  Santa Clara, Cuba    05:50:14 UTC    36.5  W    (262.0)   -43.5
4:38
  9.  Tegucigalpa          05:45:56 UTC     3.9  ESE  (111.5)   -52.5
30:41
Note:  These times and elevations are at the point of closest approach
       (peak elevation) for each city.  ELSUN is the Sun's elevation for
       that city at that time.  BOOM is the estimated length of time
       (MIN:SEC) after closest approach when the sonic boom may be heard.
       It is unlikely that the boom will be heard if peak elevation is
       less than 20 deg.  Plasma trail visibility is best with sun
       elevations less than approximately -10 deg.Note:
Central Daylight Time = CDT / CST = Central Standard Time
GMT = Greenwich Mean Time /UTC = Universal Time Coordinated
CST = UTC Minus 6 Hours
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