Live CU-SeeMe video from NASA Select coverage of STS 65


Examples of the video that can be expected from the reflectors.


STS 65 is due for launch on July 7. For the duration of the flight of shuttle Columbia, we will be retransmitting NASA Select TV programming as relayed to us through the NASA Lewis Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio. In order to keep the load on the trans-Atlantic Internet link to a minimum of video streams, we do encourage viewers on this (European) side of the Atlantic not to use the NASA Lewis reflector, but to log on to the reflector closest to your site in receive only mode. Please do not send video to the reflectors. Special reflectors are provided for reception only on both sides of the Atlantic link:

In Europe:
Reflector 158.36.33.5 at Østfold Regional College.
In the US:
Reflector 139.88.27.43 at Lewis Research center (LeRC)
Reflector 161.33.3.1 at QMS
Reflector 128.171.171.10 at the Universiy of Hawaii
Information about CU-SeeMe is provided on our "live video" page.
There is also a NASA Select home page at LeRC.

Be advised that at present the secondary reflectors will not carry video unless there is at least one viewer on the primary reflector (LeRC). This is being looked into by the developers at Cornell.

NASA Select programming is carried on the above reflectors as an experimental efforst also outside of shuttle missions.

Thanks to Dick Cogger and the team at Cornell for providing us with CU-SeeMe and Mike Baldizzi at NASA Lewis Research for the NASA Select programming relay.


The STS 65 Home page at the Kennedy Space Center


Other information related to mission STS-65

Instant information on NASA missions and shuttle flights can be obtained as finger services:

finger news@sseop.jsc.nasa.gov for shuttle flight schedules

finger nasanews@space.mit.edu for the latest news


Orbital elements for STS 65

These can be used with satellite tracking programs which are available
from various sites on the Internet. The best tracking program for the 
Mac is Orbitrack. Archie will point you to the nearest site.

Date: Mon, 18 Jul 94 20:10:05 UTC
From: wxsat mailer 
To: wxsat-mail@ssg.com
Subject: STS-65 Element Set (94199.345)

The following is forwarded by the wxsat mail list daemon:

Subject: STS-65 Element Set (94199.345)
From: elements-request@alsys.com (Shuttle Elements)
Date: Mon, 18 Jul 94 07:00:16 PDT

STS-65
1 23173U 94039A   94199.34554466 +.00083772  00000-0  25331-3 0   366
2 23173  28.4669 295.5576 0003352  54.3064 305.7859 15.91070580  1551

Satellite: STS-65
Catalog number: 23173
Epoch time:      94199.34554466         (18 JUL 94   08:17:35.06 UTC)
Element set:     GSFC-036a
Inclination:       28.4669 deg
RA of node:       295.5576 deg          Space Shuttle Flight STS-65
Eccentricity:    0.0003352                  Keplerian Elements
Arg of perigee:    54.3064 deg
Mean anomaly:     305.7859 deg
Mean motion:   15.91070580 rev/day      Semi-major Axis: 6677.4181 Km
Decay rate:     8.3772E-04 rev/day*2    Apogee  Alt:        301.27 Km
Epoch rev:             155              Perigee Alt:        296.79 Km

Gary Morris            Internet: elements-request@alsys.com
KK6YB                  Packet:   KK6YB @ N0ARY.#NOCAL.CA.USA.NA
San Diego, CA, USA     Phone:    +1 619-457-2700 x128


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