Re: ISS & STS-117

From: Skywayinc@aol.com
Date: Wed Jun 20 2007 - 16:11:11 EDT

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    Just took a look at the Heavens-Above site and saw
    this message (presumably from Chris Peat):
     
    Space Shuttle Mission STS-117 
    
    Atlantis has now departed the ISS and there is an excellent  chance
    to see them flying together for the next few hours. Atlantis will  lead
    the ISS by an ever increasing distance. I personally just  witnessed
    the pair flying over Munich, Germany, and they were a magnificent  sight.
    
    But didn't we all agree yesterday that it was the ISS leading the  Shuttle?
    -- joe rao
    
    
    
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