Re: Information Gathering Satellite launch on Jan 27

From: Denise Moser (dennyzen@gmail.com)
Date: Wed Jan 23 2013 - 17:07:09 UTC

  • Next message: Kevin Fetter: "Re: Information Gathering Satellite launch on Jan 27"

    Do the satellite and rocket body launched from Japan generally go over
    central North America during the first few revolutions? I realize that this
    launch is probably too late to be out of the shadow and visible, but I
    would like to track some launches this year and some of the early
    revolutions, if possible.  Or is there a site that is more likely  to pass
    over me-say Vandenburg or Alaska?
    
    Any suggestions or resources for this or anything else I could learn about
    it?
    
    Denise
    
    On Wed, Jan 23, 2013 at 6:13 AM, Kevin Fetter <kfetter@yahoo.com> wrote:
    
    > According to spaceflight now launch schedule, on Jan 27 between 4 to 6
    > utc, a H2A rocket will liftoff with a IGS sat.
    >
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