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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)

If you know how to use tracking software, try:

The German Space Operations Centre has additional tracking information for other satellites:;=0&loc;=&TZ;=CET

Karina Shook, EVA Flight Controller

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