Genesis spacecraft flyby

From: Kevin Fetter (kfetter@yahoo.com)
Date: Thu Aug 05 2004 - 09:41:08 EDT

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    The Genesis spacecraft is heading home with it cargo of solar particles. It scheduled to fly by on
    Sept 8 and drop the Sample Return Capsule. The spacecraft will from what I know, will then head
    out into space. If there's going to be a problem with the flyby, ie the weather prevents the
    pickup of the Sample Return Capsule, they will command the Genesis spacecraft to adjust it's
    trajectory, so it orbits the earth.
    
    Genesis spacecraft Mission Webpage.
    
    http://genesismission.jpl.nasa.gov/
    
    A picture showing where the Genesis spacecraft is located.
    
    http://www2.jpl.nasa.gov/genesismedia/genesis.jpg
    
    The JPL's solar system dynamics WWW site ( http://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov ) has positions for it up until
    Aug 9. Using the telnet site, you can get orbital elements data, on it.
    
    Kevin 
    
    
    		
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