Re: STS-96 Space Shuttle Re-entry Data

BEK Developers (bekdev@gte.net)
Fri, 04 Jun 1999 21:41:16 -0400

I realize you got this from the shuttle web site. It would be nice to know
where it will cross into Florida on the 2 landing opportunities.


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>From: "Jake Rees" <jrburca@worldnet.att.net>
>To: <SeeSat-L@blackadder.lmsal.com>
>Subject: STS-96 Space Shuttle Re-entry Data
>Date: Fri, Jun 4, 1999, 8:00 PM
>

>From the below link, I've pasted in data for STS-96 Entry.  If you're in
>Central America, you're in luck.
>-- Jake
>
>http://38.201.67.72/realdata/sightings/sighttext/index.html
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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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