Colby Navarro, of Houston Texas asks the question:|
is the Service Module slated to be placed in orbit?
Julie Robinson, of Charlotte North Carolina asks the
types of degrees do people in MCC have? Can you recommend
any good schools for those degrees in my area? I was
thinking about NC State, Georgia Tech, or Embry-Riddle.
Marc Konrad, of Stuttgart BadenWürtemberg asks the question:|
heard about a possibility to put my name with a list
of thousands of others on a CD-ROM that will be taken
on Mars with the next Mars misson of NASA. Is this right?
Where can I leave my name to get also a member on this
CD-ROM? Can you please help me with that? Regards, Marc?
Brad asks the question:|
space propulsion, would putting a cathode ray tube on
a space ship as means for propulsion work? Why? or Why
Bobby Larkin, of Redding CA asks the question:|
fast does the space shuttle travel in orbit? ANSWER|
Talbert Black, of Pelion SC asks the question:|
can I find the 2-line orbital data for the shuttle.
I would like to be able to track it on my home PC but
I cannot find the orbital data on any of the shuttle
information web sites? ANSWER|
John L. Harvey, of Lisbon asks the question:|
can I go to get a current picture of the Space Station
as it is right now? ANSWER|
Jenny Spravsow, of Sterling Heights MI asks the question:|
the split screen animated views of the Discovery, it
appears that the shuttle is moving backwards with respect
to earth. Is it really traveling backwards "nose last"
or is the earth merely going faster, creating the optical
illusion? Thanks Jenny PS, I watch NASA TV as often
as possible when there is a mission. Its excellent education?
Hubert J.M. Roborgh, of Vlissingen, The Netherlands
Zeeland asks the question:|
Sirs, Ladies. I am an avid follower of both Mir ISS,
and Shuttle activities, but now there seems to be a
mixup of timezones. Actual launch time of STS-96 was
12.51 Dutch Summer Time on saturday, as seen on Live
CNN broadcast.This is 10.51 UTC. As I checked URL shuttle.nasa.gov/index-n.html
at 10.44 Dutch Summer Time it stated time to launch
3 hrs, 7 mins. So, 10.44 plus 3.07 makes 13.51. This
gives a time difference of one hour!!! Where did I go
wrong??? Many Greetings from Hubert J.M. Roborgh. ANSWER|
Ken, of Canandaigua NY asks the question:|
do I determine EXACTLY where in the sky the shuttle
would be so I can view it as it passes. I just missed
it. :-( ANSWER|