Mir photos

From: Thomas A. Troszak (tom@tomtroszak.com.com)
Date: Mon Feb 28 2000 - 16:04:22 PST

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    Dear List,
    I have recently rescanned our first Mir photo, the results of which can
    be found at:
    Weather has thus far prevented subsequent attempts, but we will keep
    I have included copies of the Mir video captures from the Toyama Science
    Museum.that were announced a while back, with the permission of the
    Toyama Science Museum. I think that it would be big fun to post other
    "amateur" sat photos on this series of pages. Sharing information is the
    idea here, nothing more.
    If there are any other Listers out there that would like their pics
    included in a gallery on subsequent pages, please send them to:
    mailto:bigfile@tomtroszak.com.com  (PC)
    mailto:tom@tomtroszak.com.com  (Mac)
    I would prefer "clean" .gif  or .jpg files, (no compression) or
    functional links to other sites. Please be patient with me regarding
    updates, I'm still working 12-14 hours a day at my business, sat photos
    are a hobby.
    Looking forward to seeing more pics in the mail....
    Tom Troszak,
    Asheville, NC, USA
    35.601 N, -82.554 W
    elevation 2,300 ft.
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