posted on Jun, 7 2011 @ 05:10 PM
Dear fellow ATSers, how small is the world? Very small...
I learned to know the son of one of the men that designed the cameras for the space shuttles. I saw him last weekend, but heard from a friend of him
about his father just today. He will be here this weekend when there is a meeting for radio-amateurs and he is one of them. I will ask him about his
father and will "insist" to meet him, but I think that won't be such a problem, he might be coming along. He has been here more often.
When I get the chance, I will show him the sts-75 and other footage and I really wonder what he has to say about it.
It might provide a reliable clear answer for all of us, because many of you are just like me not convinced that it is nothing but debris and
If there is anything one of you would like to know about the cameras you can put the questions in your reply. I'll ask these questions if I get the
chance to meet him. I'm not an expert myself, but specific highly technical questions are no problem.
I also would like to know which footage I definitely should show him, besides the sts-48 and sts-75 footage that is.
Thanks for your replies and questions in advance,
edit on 7-6-2011 by Regenstorm because: typo