reflector test

Bernard Varaine (bernard@delmas.co.nz)
Thu, 4 Apr 1996 15:36:26 +-1200


Hi ,

I think my Linux reflector is up and running. You can try it during from =
now until after easter week-end ( NZ time) .

Cheers

Bernard

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From: Thomas J. De Matteis[SMTP:thomasd@nova.msfc.nasa.gov]
Sent: Thursday, 4 April 1996 08:42
To: CU-SEEME-L@cornell.edu
Subject: Re: cu-seem me reflectors list

On Wed, 3 Apr 1996, Mark Kluepfel wrote:

> Could someone post for me the the list of reflectors that are out =
there
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> I am interested in the one from NASA.
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Here's a ascii copy of http://btree.lerc.nasa.gov/NASA_TV/NASA_TV.html

[IMAGE]
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NASA TELEVISION COVERAGE ON CU-SEEME
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NASA TV CU-SeeMe feed into the Internet - NASA Lewis Research Center
* In the US, video reflectors are:
+ 139.88.27.43 at the NASA Lewis Research Center
+ 128.158.1.154 at the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
+ 131.123.5.1 at Kent State University
+ 128.2.230.10 at Carnegie-Mellon University
+ 129.186.112.242 at Iowa State University
* In Europe, the video reflector are:
+ 158.36.33.5 at =D8stfold Regional College in Norway
+ 130.235.128.100 at Lund University in Sweden
+ 147.94.38.2 at Ecole Superieure de Mecanique de Marseille in
France
* In Asia, the video reflectors are:
+ 140.129.142.49 at Tung Nan Junior College of Technology,
Taipei, Taiwan
+ 164.78.252.4 at Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore
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[IMAGE] STS-76

Launch March 22, 1996 at 3:13:04 a.m. EST. Launch Window was 7
min.
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The primary mission objective was the third docking between =
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Space Shuttle Atlantis and the Russian Space Station Mir. It
included a crew transfer, an extravehicular activity (EVA),
logistics operations and scientific research.
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[IMAGE] Ask the Scientist

Beginning in January, Rice University will offer online
"Ask-the-Scientist" videoconferences using CU-SeeMe. Each
week, a scientist will be available for an hour on the =
internet
to answer questions about exciting new discoveries.
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[IMAGE] NASA Television

NASA Television provides information on the US space program
both in real time and with video-taped television pictures and
images.
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A programming schedule is provided by the NASA Headquarters
Public Affairs Office.
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During Shuttle missions a mission broadcast schedule is
available.
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An educational programming schedule for NASA TV is now being
provided.
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[IMAGE] CU-SeeMe

A Macintosh and PC videoconferencing program, CU-SeeMe, is
available free from Cornell University under copyright of
Cornell and its collaborators.
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[IMAGE] CU-SeeMe WWW Sites=20

Other CU-SeeMe related Web sites around the world.
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[IMAGE] CU-SeeMe Netiquette

During Shuttle Missions RECEIVE ONLY PLEASE.
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[IMAGE] CU-SeeMe NASA TV Demo

Demo of NASA Television on CU-SeeMe.
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[IMAGE] Lewis Research Center Home Page=20
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Last modified 4/1/96 - Michael Baldizzi (mbaldizzi@lerc.nasa.gov)
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Thomas:-)

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