Re: STS-131 Entry View Opportunities Over US April 19 morning local time

From: Patrick Schmeer (pasc1312-seesat@yahoo.de)
Date: Tue Apr 20 2010 - 13:21:53 UTC

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    STS-131 landed 13 minutes ago.
     
    Why had such a landing track across the USA been chosen?
    In order to avoid a night landing at KSC?
     
    Patrick
    
    --- djlaszlo@aol.com <djlaszlo@aol.com> wrote:
    > -----Original Message-----
    > From: SpaceWeather.com <swlist@spaceweather.com>
    > To: SpaceWeather.com <swlist@spaceweather.com>
    > Sent: Sun, Apr 18, 2010 9:53 am
    > Subject: Rare Shuttle Re-entry over the Continental USA
    > 
    > Space Weather News for April 18, 2010
    > http://spaceweather.com
    > 
    > SPACE SHUTTLE RE-ENTRY:  On Monday morning, April
    > 19th, space shuttle Discovery will make a rare
    > "descending node" reentry over the continental United 
    > States.
    
    
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