Archive - Mar 12, 2009

VE1WRG and the Hard Connects

WOW.

I am speechless.

Thanks YET AGAIN.

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KB2HSH – Thu, 2009 – 03 – 12 22:29

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rw6hp – Thu, 2009 – 03 – 12 21:56

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hi Thomas a verry good signal over Baveria JO50ND 73`de Kurt
DJ3OC – Thu, 2009 – 03 – 12 21:46

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19:38 UTC 12-03-2009 Welcome to RS0ISS's message board System Ver 1.50 102150 Bytes free CMD(F/K/M/R/W/B/H/?)> j EB1GKS 18-Apr-82 05:39:36 SQ1FYB 18-Apr-82 08:53:38 N5VHO 18-Apr-82 10:07:32 NOCALL 18-Apr-82 15:51:46 VK6IQ 18-Apr-82 17:25:10 AI7W-1 18-Apr-82 21:13:01 LW6DC 18-Apr-82 23:18:23 ST2NH 19-Apr-82 01:22:04 LW4DEM 19-Apr-82 02:27:47 CA3SOC 19-Apr-82 04:01:57
CE3SOC – Thu, 2009 – 03 – 12 19:44

14 March birthday of Mike Fincke (KE5AIT).

Hello All,

At Saturday 14 March is the birthday of US astronaut Mike Fincke.
The Space Shuttle launch is delayed so lets hope he has a bit
spare time (on his birthday) to operate on the ham radio.
In case if you hear Mike on the radio wish him happy birthday!
Mike has done ham radio on special days before so there is a good
chance he will be listening.
At the weekend crew has less duties.

73's Cor PD0RKC

pd0rkc – Thu, 2009 – 03 – 12 18:09

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CE3SOC – Thu, 2009 – 03 – 12 16:27

New Heard Over CHILE BBS

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CE3SOC – Thu, 2009 – 03 – 12 15:47

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lw6dc – Thu, 2009 – 03 – 12 14:58

Station Astronauts Take Shelter from Space Debris

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Astronauts aboard the International Space Station took refuge inside their Russian-built Soyuz lifeboat Thursday when a potentially life-threatening piece of space debris zipped too close to their orbiting laboratory.

The three astronauts, two Americans and one Russian, moved into the station's attached Soyuz TMA-13 spacecraft at 12:35 p.m. EDT (1635 GMT) as a safety precaution in case the debris - a small piece of a spent satellite motor - slammed into the orbiting lab and ripped a hole in its outer hull. The astronauts were ready to evacuate the space station if the debris hit the station and depressurized its living space.

PY4MAB – Thu, 2009 – 03 – 12 14:29

NASA Launches International Space Station Webcam Streaming Video

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Internet visitors can now see the Earth as never before -- live from the International Space Station via streaming video, seven days a week.

The streaming video views of Earth and the exterior structure of the station are from cameras mounted outside the laboratory complex, orbiting Earth at 17,500 miles an hour at an altitude of 220 miles. The video is transmitted to the ground -- and Web viewers -- primarily while the astronauts aboard the complex are asleep, usually from about 1 p.m. to 1 a.m. CST. When