STS-105 heard

Date: Wed Aug 22 2001 - 12:26:18 PDT

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    The one orbit delay in landing caused STS-105 to pass just south of Houston.
    At 12:08 its closest approach was attempted to be viewed by dozens of my
    colleagues; however, as expected, nobody actually saw it. The sun was almost
    overhead and the sky quite bright.  However, at 12:12UT we heard the double
    sonic boom.
    Paul D. Maley
    Tel. 281.244.0208, Fax. 281.244.1140
    Lat. 29.6049N, Lon. 95.1069W, Alt. 6m
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