Archive - Sep 29, 2007

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
6 years 29 weeks ago
Mode: 
PACKET
Status: 
ACTIVE
Description: 
Good pass over Europe,many stations active.73s de CT2ISG fernando - IN51qe
CT2ISG – Sat, 2007 – 09 – 29 22:28

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
6 years 29 weeks ago
Mode: 
PACKET
Status: 
ACTIVE
Description: 
Good signal by this pass over Austria in OE6 in JN77SN. Many stations active. Great.
SWL-CHMY – Sat, 2007 – 09 – 29 22:21

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
6 years 29 weeks ago
Mode: 
PACKET
Status: 
ACTIVE
Description: 
Good signals over Mendoza Argentina
LU4MZO – Sat, 2007 – 09 – 29 21:55

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
6 years 29 weeks ago
Mode: 
PACKET
Status: 
ACTIVE
Description: 
Heard packet signal over South East Italy at 20.42 UTC. 73' to all de Michele in Maglie- LECCE
i7pqd – Sat, 2007 – 09 – 29 20:45

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
6 years 29 weeks ago
Mode: 
PACKET
Status: 
ACTIVE
Description: 
www.ariss.net shows packet active over S. America. Looks like it is back on after being shut down to support the Soyuz Relocation.
N5VHO – Sat, 2007 – 09 – 29 17:05

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
6 years 29 weeks ago
Mode: 
PACKET
Status: 
ACTIVE
Description: 
www.ariss.net shows packet active over S. America. Looks like it is back on after being shut down to support the Soyuz Relocation.
N5VHO – Sat, 2007 – 09 – 29 17:05

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
6 years 29 weeks ago
Mode: 
PACKET
Status: 
ACTIVE
Description: 
www.ariss.net shows packet active over S. America. Looks like it is back on after being shut down to support the Soyuz Relocation.
N5VHO – Sat, 2007 – 09 – 29 17:05

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
6 years 29 weeks ago
Mode: 
VOICE
Status: 
ACTIVE
Description: 
1630 UTC - Contact with Smithsonian Air & Space Museum via ARISS voluteer ground station in Hawaii (WH6PN).
N5VHO – Sat, 2007 – 09 – 29 16:30

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