Re: Inside NORAD, missile launch

From: Allen Thomson (thomsona@flash.net)
Date: Sun May 07 2000 - 05:53:59 PDT

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    From: "Walter Nissen" <wnissen@freenet.tlh.fl.us>
    
    >
    > A cursory review of the Vandenburg public launch schedule,
    > http://mocc.vafb.af.mil/launchsched.asp, did not reveal such a scheduled
    > date, although it does show a Titan (big, bright rocket) DOD launch for
    > July 17th.  Those of you who keep better track of these things than I do
    > may know whether previous launches of the "mini-Star Wars interceptor",
    > or whatever they call it, have been announced in advance, and if so, how
    > far in advance.
    
    
    The interceptor tests are scheduled and announced well in advance, though
    like any launch they're likely to slip for a variety of reasons.  See
    http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/rawhide_home_page/vandenbe.htm
    which says IFT-5 is scheduled for June 26.  A summary of IFT-1 through -4 is
    at http://www.cas-inc.com/mddc/DataH_GBI.html
    
    As launch time approaches, you can also check the Los Angeles air traffic
    control center at http://www.notams.jcs.mil/ for range closures.
    
    
    
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