[meteorite-list] Credit Card-Sized Fragment Of Columbia Found In California?

From: Tom aka James Knudson <knudson911_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 10:18:25 2004
Message-ID: <00a401c2cd6f$242ba820$41c043d8_at_malcolm>

Thanks, I had seen this map from NASA. The shuttle has a wing span of 78
feet 6 inches. NASA's map has a line at least 40 miles wide. That's why I
asked for a fine lined map. You can find out wind and other factors and have
an idea where to look. I live in N. As and meteorite hunt all over. If I get
a detailed map of the flight I could meteorite hunt in that area and keep an
eye out for debris for NASA. Any thing to help! I do not have any tracking
programs. :

Thanks, Tom
The proudest member of the IMCA 6168----- Original Message -----
  From: Allen Emer
  To: Tom aka James Knudson
  Sent: Wednesday, February 05, 2003 3:50 PM
  Subject: Re: [meteorite-list] Credit Card-Sized Fragment Of Columbia Found
In California?


  If you have an orbit tracking program Load these Keparlian orbital
elements and set the time and date for feb 1 orbit # 225

  Hope this helps you western Meteroite hunters.

  Al Emer
Received on Wed 05 Feb 2003 06:34:33 PM PST

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