(meteorobs) Shuttle re-entry map help please-correction
lunro.imo.usa at cox.net
Fri Jun 22 14:49:26 EDT 2007
Now that the shuttle is landing in California it appears it will pass
directly overhead for me just before landing. Has anyone else been in this
position and can it be see/heard on approach during daylight?
San Diego, CA
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Sent: Wednesday, June 20, 2007 9:23 AM
Subject: Re: (meteorobs) Shuttle re-entry map help please-correction
> Heaven's above does not show ground tracks for landings.
> this does :
>> Thanks for that info. I checked www.heavens-above.com but perhaps because
>> it is a daylight re-entry they do not seem to have path information.
>> Jakub Kapus <kapo at kubuntu.sk> wrote: Try this site: www.heavens-above.com
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