boeing delta rocket launch

From: Kevin Fetter (kfetter@yahoo.com)
Date: Sat Jun 19 2004 - 13:16:30 EDT

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    Tonight a boeing delta 2 rocket will lift off carrying the GPS 2R-12 satellite. This will replace
    the GPS 2A-16 satellite, which is in Plane F, Slot 4 position of the gps constellation. GPS 2A-16
    will be moved and still be in use for awhile.  
    GPS 2A-16 is known as PRN 01, so a 01 shows up on your gps receiver display, for it.
    
    GPS 2A-16 orbital data.
    
    NAVSTAR 28 (USA 85)
    1 22231U 92079A   04170.89261410 -.00000070  00000-0  00000+0 0  9863
    2 22231  56.1269  52.8995 0055126 263.2532  96.1242  2.00578146 84808
    
    The launch can ve viewed online at
    
    http://www.boeing.com/news/feature/livewebcast/d2_webcast.html
    
    Launch window is 7:10 to 7:37 p.m. EDT (2310-2337 GMT)
    
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