Zarya orbital events

Jason Hatton (jason.hatton@etss.u-strasbg.fr)
Thu, 26 Nov 1998 13:44:11 +0000

Hi Seesaters,
				Florida Today Space on-line has a web page on ZARYA (ISS) detailing
key orbital events which can be found at;

http://www.flatoday.com/space/explore/manspace/united/zarya/orbevent.htm

Apparently, Zarya will be in a slow "multi-axis spin" for most of the
time, apart from during docking operations, until the arrival of the
service module os as to conserve fuel. Therefore, given the constantly
changing attitude of the module it is quite likely that we might observe
occasional flares off the solar panels, or other reflective surfaces.

Best wishes,

Jason 
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Jason P Hatton
INSERM U311
ETS Strasbourg
67065 Strasbourg Cedex
France


48.538N / 7.731E / 143m