STS-HST grapple

Robert Reeves (rreeves@connecti.com)
Tue, 21 Dec 1999 18:45:19 -0600

I just had a beautiful, bright pass by STS just as it was grappling
the HST.  Of course, I couldn't actually see anything unusual, but
it was interesting to know that the excercise was happening just
at that time.  The clouds and cold rain parted just in time!

And they are right....it is noticable that the full moon tonight is slightly
bigger and brighter than "normal".  But I doubt if a non-astronomer
would notice any difference.

Robert Reeves            http://www.connecti.com/~rreeves
520 Rittiman Rd.         rreeves@connecti.com
San Antonio, TX          210-828-9036
78209   U.S.A.            29.484N  98.440W  200 meters


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