RE: Questions regarding Shuttle/ISS visibility after undocking

From: Bill T Bard (
Date: Mon Jun 18 2007 - 09:15:25 EDT

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    Also, I think the shuttle will stop advancing away from the station when 
    it's 40 to 70 miles in front until they do their late inspection of the 
    wing leading edges and nose. I think the past flight or two, the station 
    has been able to watch the re-entry of the shuttle since they're not too 
    far away when they de-orbit.
    Bill Bard
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