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Space Shuttle Endeavour live launch @ 09:39 GMT

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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
Link below to the live night launch. Due for lift off at 09:39 (GMT) providing weather conditions allow. Commentary will go quiet for short periods.

Update - 09:10 - Green for launch

Update - 09:31 - Red for launch, delayed 24 hours...
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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#2
Cheers for that.:thumbsup:
banned#3
Any TV channels showing it?
#4
09:22 Shuttle weather officer says we now are "red" for launch due to the low cloud ceiling.
#5
I love stuff like this :)

Listening now, is the audio we are getting now live? Or are we getting a repeat of the no go audio?
#6
gutted ...it's off
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sparkyIreland
I love stuff like this :)

Listening now, is the audio we are getting now live? Or are we getting a repeat of the no go audio?


Audios live

However as you probably just heard, launch has been scrubbed for 24 hrs due to adverse weather conditions

Sorry guy's
#8
sparkyIreland
I love stuff like this :)



Yeah well worth watching especially T - 5 mins, the build up to launch is pretty nerve racking even for us mere mortals !
#9
queenlush
gutted ...it's off


+1... cant watch it at work :x
#10
Will it be the same time in the morning?
#11
sparkyIreland
Will it be the same time in the morning?


NASA managers are deciding when to try our next launch attempt. For now, it's no earlier than Monday, Feb. 8 at 4:14a ET (09:14 GMT) Stay tuned.
#12
zermattbusby
+1... cant watch it at work :x


Hopefully i can get it on my work computer or i will be holding the IT guy to ransom. :-D
#13
yeah I will make the effort to be into work on time so I dont miss it :)
#14
Last five missions and no replacement and NASA funding cut ( no return to the moon) by Obama.
Thanks for the heads up; I have put a post-it on the kitchen cupboard!! :thumbsup:
#15
Updated weather forecast for Monday's 9:14 EST launch - 60 percent "go" with a chance once again for a low cloud ceiling.
#16
07:45 All 6 astronauts are aboard Endeavour and the hatch is closed.
banned#17
zermattbusby
07:45 All 6 astronauts are aboard Endeavour and the hatch is closed.


They should have booked first class..... Economy always loads first and has the longest wait! :w00t:

I'd love to be over there. It genuinely is a special sight (and sound!). I've not had the pleasure of seeing a shuttle launch, but did see a larger rocket go up many moons again. Always vowed to see another if one is launching when Im in Orlando.
#18
im logged in and off work :) I wonder would the PS3 load this page with sound?
#19
http://www.heavens-above.com/

The above website gives details of when to see the ISS, with some clear nights forecast there should be some good views of the International Space Station.
#20
All went well for them so far, that is good :) Scary stuff
#21
pugw$sh
http://www.heavens-above.com/

The above website gives details of when to see the ISS, with some clear nights forecast there should be some good views of the International Space Station.


Just having a look at that now, I take it its just a matter of following the path on the map and that and the combination of it being dark and it heading our way we might see it?

I see its heading towards south america right now, and from the tracker shes is moving at speed :)
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here is a cool interatctive vid of the ISS

http://i.usatoday.net/tech/graphics/iss_timeline/flash.htm

I have been doing a bit of digging about, the ISS should be visable at 6:20 in the mornin for 3 minutes to the SSW head to the SE, I am gonna get out of bed and have a look :)
#23
Cheers sparky thanks for that :thumbsup: unfortunately I missed the live launch (meeting :x)
#24
No probs, found this useful also :

http://spaceflight1.nasa.gov/realdata/tracking/index.html

Clicking on Sighting Opportunities then select country then town and it will tell you when the ISS & the shuttle are visible, will let yas know if I see anything (Probably not)

Goodluck

Edit :

Well my local weather forecast said it would be a clear sky at 6:20, I stupidly listened and got up like a clown for a peep :) Sky was full of clouds, pitty, I could have seen the ISS then the shuttle 5 minutes later. Try again tomorrow.
#25
seen the ISS thismorning, was excellent and right on time (6:42am). I was expecting to see the shuttle following behind but it had docked already, so I suppose I seen both.

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