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Offline MKremer

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Re: Live: STS-115 FD 8
« Reply #20 on: 09/16/2006 05:17 pm »
I believe the have enough consumables to last through at least one or two extra days if KSC isn't available right away.

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Re: Live: STS-115 FD 8
« Reply #21 on: 09/16/2006 05:39 pm »
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nathan.moeller - 16/9/2006  5:12 PM

Slightly OT - Forecasters report high chances of crosswinds and thunderstorms at the SLF landing day with improving weather the next day.  Radiator and arrays look great!  Mostly just transfers today I see!  Anyone have info on what's being transferred between the two craft?

Remember that we've got a thread dedicated to the forecast on this Atlantis section.

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Re: Live: STS-115 FD 8
« Reply #22 on: 09/16/2006 06:03 pm »
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MKremer - 16/9/2006  7:04 PM

I believe the have enough consumables to last through at least one or two extra days if KSC isn't available right away.
They got consumables to last through Friday if needed,
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Re: Live: STS-115 FD 8
« Reply #23 on: 09/16/2006 10:08 pm »
If it's slow, let me throw this in -- the discussion on another loop about Vinogradov's comment monday (about 1:30 pm EDT) about an 'unknown object' has snowballed. Does anybody have a sound capture of that particular sequence where we can listen to the actual Russian and then the interpreter's quick translation? No hurry -- but the 'mystery comment' is catching fire in all the usual suspect internet sites.


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Re: Live: STS-115 FD 8
« Reply #24 on: 09/16/2006 10:15 pm »
Thankfully this site avoids such UFO nonsense. Maybe such UFO stories should remain on those usual suspect sites?
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Re: Live: STS-115 FD 8
« Reply #25 on: 09/16/2006 10:21 pm »
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I noticed that - shame on NBC. What a load of crap priorities on thier part. Boycot!
That's not their priorities, that comes from their audience.  (They aren't the only ones devoting hours to discuss this.)

Shame on the audiance. Boycot!!  ;)
It's all in the data.

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Re: Live: STS-115 FD 8
« Reply #26 on: 09/16/2006 10:27 pm »
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Paul Adams - 16/9/2006  6:08 PM

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Paul Adams - 16/9/2006  10:04 AM

I noticed that - shame on NBC. What a load of crap priorities on thier part. Boycot!
That's not their priorities, that comes from their audience.  (They aren't the only ones devoting hours to discuss this.)

Shame on the audiance. Boycot!!  ;)
Yeah...but I think we'd need to move the human nature discussion to a different site, if not forum... :)


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Re: Live: STS-115 FD 8
« Reply #27 on: 09/16/2006 10:34 pm »
I wonder if the "unknown object" Vinogradov was talking about was one of the lost bolts?  Have the lost items from the spacewalks been tracked now?
I'll even excitedly look forward to "flags and footprints" and suborbital missions. Just fly...somewhere.

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