Archive - Nov 2002
Hi all, this morning I made my first attempt to reach the PMS and, voilá! I was able to drop a message using my portable setup: a Kenwood TH-D7 with a telescoping whip and a HP Jornada Pocket PC (Truly Handheld Station).
Best 73s from Spain. Pedro, EB4DKA firstname.lastname@example.org
My list-QSO ISS 12-nov-2002
List RS0ISS-1 Nov. 11, 2002 - 23:20 UTC
We received now words about a new delay about the STS-113 Endeavour launch.
Managers said launch will be occur no earlier than Nov. 18, 2002.
An oxygen line leak inside Space Shuttle Endeavour forced managers to delay the launch of STS-113 by at least 24 hours. They are still assessing the situation and will announce a new launch date later....
The Crew of three will begin living aboard the International Space Station as 6th Crew. The crew includes International Space Station Commander Kennet D. Bowersox (U.S. Astronaut), Nikolai M. Budarin (Russian Cosmonaut) and Donald R. Pettit (U.S. Astronaut) as Flight Engineers.....
Space Shuttle Endeavour STS-113 mission is ready for launch scheduled for November 11, 2002 at 05:59 UTC.
New images and info about this mission are as always on SpaceOnLine web site.
Shuttle Night launch Visible:
The Shuttle STS-113 will be launched to the International Space Station
at 11:59 p.m. CST Sunday (0559
GMT Monday). If Space Shuttle Endeavor
launches on time, docking with
ISS should take place on Tuesday at 8:49 p.m.
Soyuz TM-34 was undocked from the ISS Russian Segment ZARYA Module on November 9, 2002 at 23:44 in Moscow time, following the Moscow Region Mission Control Center (MCC-M) commanding....
Safely descending to Earth in their Soyuz TM-34 capsule, the crew ended a 11-day mission with a flawless night landing near the town of Arkalyk on the plains of Kazakhstan at 06:04 local time (00:04 GMT).