FW: {MPML} Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) Trajectory now in JPL Horizons

From: Derek C Breit (breit_ideas@poyntsource.com)
Date: Wed Nov 23 2011 - 22:22:41 UTC

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    In case anyone wants to try for this one too..
    
    
    Derek
    
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    Subject: {MPML} Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) Trajectory now in JPL Horizons
    
      
    Scheduled for launch Sat Nov 26 15:02 UTC (start of window), the
    nominal Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) trajectory has been added 
    to JPL's Horizons ephemeris system. Any launch delays will be 
    updated in as soon as possible. 
    
    Available trajectory data begins ~49 min. after liftoff, after 
    Centaur stage separation (trajectory interface point).
    
    MSL will exceed 1 lunar distance from Earth about 28 hours after
    liftoff.
    
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    Jon Giorgini | Navigation & Mission Design Section
    Senior Analyst | Solar System Dynamics Group
    Jon.Giorgini@jpl.nasa.gov | Jet Propulsion Laboratory 
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