Re: ET

Josh R. Williams (jrwsat@gatecoms.gatecom.com)
Mon, 18 Mar 1996 16:43:43 -0500 (EST)

Lutz,

Shuttle: 122.2 feet
ET: 153.8 feet
SRB: 149.16 feet

I would imagine that the ET would be visible if conditions were right... 
You may not even need binoculars...

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On 18 Mar 1996, Lutz Schindler wrote:

> Hello,
> 
> two short questions:
> 
> What is the size of the ET from the shuttle and is it possible
> to observe the ET in daylight with binoculars when it passed
> over bevor decay ?
> 
> In november 1994 I saw the ET here in north germany with
> naked eyes, but in darkness.
> 
> Bye Lutz
> 
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