SIGHTING TIMES FOR INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION AND SPACE SHUTTLE
NEW ORLEANS, LA., 05-DEC-00 -- Currently, the STS-97 crew, which lifted off November 30 carrying solar arrays made by Lockheed Martin, is docked at the International Space Station and performing spacewalks as part of its mission.
To see the shuttle and International Space Station, check page two of this fax for viewing times. These times can be found at the following address: http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/realdata/sightings/SSapplications/Post/SightingData/New_Orleans.html
Or you can,
- Go to http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/realdata/sightings
- Look down the left column to “Text-based sighting opportunities lists” in yellow and click.
- Click on New Orleans from the list of cities presented. Bookmark it.
While on this 12-day mission, the five-man STS-97 crew will open hatches and greet the Expedition One crew, who have been living and working aboard the International Space Station for 35 days. The Expedition One crew will stay on the station until relieved by another crew in February.
Lockheed Martin Space Systems – Michoud Operations builds the Super Lightweight Tank that powers the astronauts into orbit at the NASA Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans.