SPRE (STS-72) APRS Tracks

Bob Bruninga, WB4APR, US Naval Academy Satellite Lab, Annapolis, MD


This is a replay of the data reported by amateur ground stations of the GPS position of the SPRE experiment on the Space Shuttle Mission STS-72. This world view shows that initial contacts were reported from Japan and Austrailia and later from South Africa before the 3 successful passes over the USA. Click on the USA view to see the detail here in the USA. For more info on SPRE, visit the UMD SPRE site.



javAPRS Commands (Case Insensitive)
U or D
zooms up/down (you may also use PGup/dn)
L, S, or M
List stations, Show Status or Messages to Java console
CTRL or ALT-click
Centers or Zooms map on clicked location
Arrow keys
scrolls map


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