Re: sts99 launch

Date: Fri Jan 14 2000 - 15:51:46 PST

  • Next message: Dale Ireland: "Re: Re:sts99 launch"

    I'm not sure I've ever heard of a high inclination orbit being launched into 
    from the Cape by heading southeast, so I'd have to say it will be launched on 
    a northeasterly azimuth.
    Daryl Bahls
    "Orbitologist in Residence"
    47.14N  122.20W  167M
    In a message dated 00-01-14 17:59:29 EST, writes:
    << Does anyone know the azimuth for the scheduled launch of STS99,
     Jan. 31, 2000 at 12:47 p.m. EST, inclination 57 degrees
     I mean is it being launched on an ascending path up the east coast or
     descending to the southeast?
     Dale Ireland
     47.7N 122.7W
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