Shuttle Launch Observation

From: Oscar A. Rodriguez -- D. Temas Espaciales (obaquero@gestivan.com)
Date: Fri Sep 29 2000 - 06:09:36 PDT

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    Hi everybody,
    
    I would like to know if there is any chance to see the pass of the
    Shuttle during the ascent phase from my location (Cadiz, Spain -
    W6.2990  N36.5340  Alt. 7m.). I saw the NASA documentary "Space Shuttle:
    A Remarkable Flying Machine", in which it was explained that during a
    launch (and before the main engines cut-off), the orbiter passes over
    the zenith of Rota, a town nearby the city of Cadiz, so I wonder if the
    light from main engines burning would be visible from here.
    
    In other things, I would be grateful if any of you give me information
    on how to obtain TLE's from the flight of Apollo-7.
    
    Thank you!
    Oscar.-
    W6.2990  N36.5340  Alt. 7m
    
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    OSCAR AUGUSTO RODRIGUEZ BAQUERO
    Project Manager, first Museum of Space Flight in Spain
    
    E-mail address:
    mailto:obaquero@gestivan.com
    
    Website:
    http://www.astrored.net/museo-espacial
    http://www.gestivan.com/~obaquero
    
    International mail address:
    P.O. Box 2763
    E-11080 CADIZ - SPAIN
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