In a message dated 2/11/01 11:45:57 AM Central Standard Time, GBurch1@aol.com
> Just FYI, STS 98 is downlinking some great television. Yesterday's EVA
> activities in linking up the Destiny module was superb and today there's a
> steady stream of video showing the smooth work of getting the lab
> inside. Internet streaming video can be found at:
Two more points, if you haven't been a space-junkie like me for years.
First, you can get pretty darned good quality video even on a low speed
connection and, second, if you happen to tune in and see video of scenes on
the ground at MSC, be patient: ISS's high-speed downlink still drops out for
periods during each orbit. This will be remedied within the next few months
and there will be the capability for continuous high-speed downlink.
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