Superbird Friday night

From: Matson, Robert (ROBERT.D.MATSON@saic.com)
Date: Fri May 26 2000 - 15:39:41 PDT

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    Hi All,
    
    Superbird is finishing up its latest flash season for the
    United States; only a few more weeks to go.  New England
    is already too far to the northeast, and the satellite is
    already pretty low in the west for the rest of the east
    coast.
    
    Except for the Pacific Northwest, the rest of the U.S. is
    still in position to catch Superbird's flash sequence
    each night.  Here are approximate flash-peak times for
    Friday night (Saturday morning, UT) for some selected
    locations:
    
    Santa Barbara:  4:02 UT
    SoCal, Salt Lake City:  4:03
    San Diego, Las Vegas:  4:03:30 UT
    Central Arizona, central Colorado:  4:05
    Albuquerque, Kansas, Iowa:  4:07
    El Paso, Chicago, Cleveland:  4:08
    Central Ohio, Pennsylvania:  4:09
    Dallas-Ft. Worth, Austin, western Tennessee, No. Virgina:  4:10
    Houston, Huntsville:  4:11
    New Orleans, Atlanta:  4:12
    Jacksonville:  4:13
    Miami:  4:14
    
    
    
    
    
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