Sunday, August 07, 2005


I was hoping to watch the Space Shuttle shoot across the sky as it crossed over the Sacramento area Monday morning. However, NASA thought it would be safer to avoid as much land as possible this time around. That's really too bad, because it may be a long time before you get to see another one re-enter. Coverage of the re-entry begins on most stations around 3 AM EST, and I'm sure millions will be tuned in for this one.

If you want to see where the Shuttle is now, click here. The site also shows where the Space Station and other objects are located, and this site is real time.

For the timeline of deorbit manuvers, click here.

Set your alarms for an early wake-up call. You won't want to miss this one.

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