Near miss?

Geoff Hart (ghart@cableinet.co.uk)
Wed, 25 Nov 1998 09:01:41 -0000

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While playing with STSPlus and the MSTI 2 elemenys this morning, I saw =
that MIR passed within 268km/166 statute miles. At the speed they are =
whizzing around at, does this constitute as a near miss or is this  a =
regular occurence. Being an absolute novice at this, you may all be =
rolling around on the floor at such a naieve question!
Regards to all
Geoff Hart
North Cheam, Surrey, UK.

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While playing with STSPlus and the = MSTI 2=20 elemenys this morning, I saw that MIR passed within 268km/166 statute = miles. At=20 the speed they are whizzing around at, does this constitute as a near = miss or is=20 this  a regular occurence. Being an absolute novice at this, you = may all be=20 rolling around on the floor at such a naieve question!
Regards to all
Geoff Hart
North Cheam, Surrey,=20 UK.
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