From: George, Marple (
Date: Sat Jan 15 2000 - 06:24:32 PST

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    I understand that this mission is related to radar mapping of the 
    earths geography-I assume this means that the majority of the 
    planets surface will be covered-on this basis does that mean the 
    shuttle will have a high inclination orbit, and if so what are the 
    chances of observation from the UK-I would imagine that any (even 
    notional) predictions are difficult until after the time of launch with 
    observers in the USA being the first to analyse orbital data?
    George Amos-station 2453 350 feet above sea level
    53 degrees 23 minutes 49 seconds North
    2 degrees 4 minutes 57 seconds West
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