Re: Stardust Flyby?

From: JWHoltz@aol.com
Date: Sat Dec 09 2000 - 18:27:33 PST

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    I do not remember where I got this information, but the scribbles in my desk 
    calendar indicate that the Stardust flyby will be at a range of 3700 km which 
    of course is much closer than the Moon. Perhaps my information is incorrect. 
    Or perhaps there will be some course corrections to retarget the Stardust 
    flyby and the predictions from the JPL's Horizon page do not reflect these 
    future course corrections?
    
    John Holtz
    Pittsburgh, PA, U.S.A.
    79d 48.0 W, 40d 42.0 N
    
    
    In a message dated 12/9/00 12:28:04 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
    c.g.bassa@phys.uu.nl (Cees Bassa) writes:
    
    > A couple of days ago I read about Stardust making an Earth flyby on Janaury 
    >  15, 2001.
    >  Is this true, and if so, does anybody know any specifics?
    >  I'm hoping on something similar as the NEAR flyby some years ago.
    
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