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Spotting China's Shenzhou V spacecraft



Submitted by Arthur - N1ORC

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From: SpaceWeather.com [mailto:swlist@spaceweather.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, October 15, 2003 12:22 AM
To: SpaceWeather.com
Subject: Spotting China's Shenzhou V spacecraft

Space Weather News for Oct. 15th.
http://spaceweather.com

China's manned Shenzhou V spacecraft is orbiting Earth after a
successful
launch at approximately 100 UT on Oct. 15th. Sky watchers in parts of
the
United States--e.g., Boston, New York, Washington DC, Philadelphia, San
Francisco and possibly Los Angeles--may be able to see the craft gliding
across the sky just before local dawn on Wednesday morning, Oct 15th. 
Visit spaceweather.com for details and updates.

Note: this email will arrive too late for most subscribers to act, but
we're sending it anyway, hoping that some people at least will be able
to
see the spacecraft.

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