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Re: Indian launch webcast tonight?



On 27 Apr 2008 at 20:50, Rick Mann wrote:


On Apr 27, 2008, at 11:48:31, G0MRF@aol.com wrote:

> Hi.
>
>> From the University of Toronto site.
>
> "The launch webcast may be viewed on this link:  "
>
> rtsp://164.100.51.207/broadcast/DDLive?start=


This doesn't seem to work for me. Is there another source of near-real  
time launch status information?

TIA
-- 
Rick


The webcast was a bit choppy with a very low choppy audio but at times image quality was very good.

Here is my previous post.

I am watching the PLSV-C9 launch from India and at 0408Z PSLV-C9 was at 2932 km
downrange at an altitude of 626KM and the launch was 
perfect at 0353Z. The tentative Delfi C3 KEPS "seems" to be ahead of the actual
PSLV-C9 position. We will not be able here on the eastern 
North American side to get the sat before    1329Z (0929 EST)

RASCALS is working tracking is ready i just wait for the real KEPS and the first
report from the western coast of NA.

Congratulations for the launch team in India and it's could be a world premiere a 10
satellites launch on a single rocket.

P.S. Europe will have couple of pass jin the morning just send your report on the
BB

Thank's
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