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ISS & SHUTTLE MAY BE VISIBLE 12/04/04





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December 3, 2001
Eileen Hawley
Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX
(Phone: 281/483-5111)
Bruce Buckingham
Kennedy Space Center, Florida
(Phone: 321/867-2468)

Release: J01-120


SPACE STATION TO BE VISIBLE IN FLORIDA MINUTES BEFORE SHUTTLE LAUNCH


When the Space Shuttle Endeavour launches from the Kennedy Space Center
at 5:45 p.m. EST tomorrow, Dec. 4, the crew of Endeavour, including the
Expedition Four crewmembers, may be able to see the next station
residentsí new home minutes before liftoff.

The International Space Station will pass over Kennedy Space Center
moving from the southwest to the northeast. It should become visible
from the southwest at 5:42:47 p.m., about two minutes before Endeavour
is set to launch. It will pass overhead at 5:45:52 p.m. at an elevation
of 84 degrees and then move to the northeast at 5:48:54 p.m.

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