Archive - Mar 5, 2009

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REPEAT ACTIVE over Argentina.- Qso con :LU8YY 5/9 y CE5LBM 5/9.- 73 LW6DC FF81xd.-
lw6dc – Thu, 2009 – 03 – 05 19:27

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ACTIVE. copy 9W2YGC at 145.800MHz at 11.25pm Malaysia Time. Audio can hear at www.arkb.org.my
9w2key – Thu, 2009 – 03 – 05 16:47

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hi, this is TB8Y 73's from turkey from gaziantep from km87qb.see you on air or in wire.(yeterfatih@hotmail.com).
yeterium – Thu, 2009 – 03 – 05 14:50

NASA Announces Change for Return of Station Crew Members

ISS News

The International Space Station Program has announced a change in how two future crew members will return home. NASA astronaut Nicole Stott and Canadian Space Agency astronaut Robert Thirsk will swap seats on the space shuttle and Russian Soyuz spacecraft to help ensure a timely homecoming for Thirsk.

Thirsk will launch to the station on a Soyuz in May and return to Earth on that same vehicle in November, instead of aboard space shuttle Atlantis at the end of the STS-129 mission. Stott, who will launch to the station on shuttle Discovery's STS-128 mission, will return aboard Atlantis with the STS-129 crew. She had been slated to come home aboard the Soyuz that Thirsk now will occupy.

PY4MAB – Thu, 2009 – 03 – 05 14:34

NASA Sets March 6 News Briefing About Discovery's STS-119 Mission

Space Shuttle

NASA will hold a news conference Friday, March 6, following a review of space shuttle Discovery's readiness for flight and an assessment of shuttle flow control valve testing and inspection. The news conference will begin no earlier than 2:30 p.m. EST at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

The flight readiness review meeting is expected to set an official launch date for the STS-119 mission to the International Space Station. For planning purposes, liftoff now is tentatively targeted for March 11 at 9:20 p.m. EDT.

The Space Shuttle Program moved the targeted launch a day earlier following extensive review of flow control valve inspection data and assessment of ongoing and planned work. A formal presentation of the flow control work and a thorough evaluation of all aspects of flight will be made at Friday's readiness review.

N5VHO – Thu, 2009 – 03 – 05 10:35

Crew work Schedules

On another thread someone mentioned it would be nice to know the work schedules of the ISS crew.

NASA TIMELINES

http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/timelines/2009_timelines_main....

Robin Warren – Thu, 2009 – 03 – 05 09:57

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Active again @ 18;08 Oh boy we are getting spoiled! Not as active though, likley due to the fact most guys are in bed at 3:14am local time, but none the less a few ops heard again W1HNX was once again present from FN33.
VE3TES – Thu, 2009 – 03 – 05 09:16

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Good signals over Australia number of stations working the Station. Regards Mal
VK2MAL – Thu, 2009 – 03 – 05 08:36

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Very active pass at 6:30 UTC, many stations heard and worked, N2NRJ,W1NHX,N1ABA,WC9CX As well as others I am sure I have either missed or forgotten. Look forward to next pass in 90 mins approx...
VE3TES – Thu, 2009 – 03 – 05 07:44

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Worked MM0HMM under heavy QRM. Please everybody use Narrow Band FM (NFM) and Full Doppler Correction!!!
DB6BD – Thu, 2009 – 03 – 05 03:09
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