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From: Ken, of Canandaigua NY
To: Bill Reeves, flight director for the planning team


Question: How 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: The following NASA website provides information on viewing the ISS or Shuttle from your own backyard (or wherever you happen to be)

http://38.201.67.72/realdata/sightings/index.html

If you know how to use tracking software, try:
http://38.201.67.72/realdata/sightings/SSapplications/Post/JavaSSOP/SSOP_Help/Vector.html

The German Space Operations Centre has additional tracking information for other satellites:
http://www2.gsoc.dlr.de/scripts/satvis/satvis.asp?lat=0&lng;=0&loc;=&TZ;=CET

Karina Shook, EVA Flight Controller


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