Archive - Jul 20, 2009

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
5 years 17 weeks ago
Mode: 
PACKET
Status: 
NOT ACTIVE
Description: 
Nothing heard this evening on 145.825MHz.Last pass 21:31z
ON7NW – Mon, 2009 – 07 – 20 20:51

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
5 years 17 weeks ago
Mode: 
PACKET
Status: 
NOT ACTIVE
Description: 
Nothing over Croatia (JN65XF)
9a8mm – Mon, 2009 – 07 – 20 20:36

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
5 years 17 weeks ago
Mode: 
PACKET
Status: 
NOT ACTIVE
Description: 
NOTHING over Puebla, Mexico grid: EK09vb == 19:38 UTC
XE1SDK-1 – Mon, 2009 – 07 – 20 18:41

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
5 years 17 weeks ago
Mode: 
PACKET
Status: 
ACTIVE
Description: 
nothing heard over UK 18.21utc pass.
2E1EBX – Mon, 2009 – 07 – 20 17:56

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
5 years 17 weeks ago
Mode: 
VOICE
Status: 
ACTIVE
Description: 
Hi, 143.625 active over Scotland.
6equj5 – Mon, 2009 – 07 – 20 17:33

ISS over Rosario, Argentina 19/7/2009 15:55hs. UTC

Scouts from Rantoul, Illinois (USA) vía telebridge LU8YY Neuquén, Argentina.

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LU6FPJ – Mon, 2009 – 07 – 20 15:26

ISS over Rosario, Argentina 19/7/2009 15:55hs. UTC

ISS audio:

http://www.goear.com/listen.php?v=d4ac98a

Scouts from Rantoul, Illinois (USA) vía telebridge LU8YY Neuquén, Argentina.

LU6FPJ – Mon, 2009 – 07 – 20 15:21

EVA

Hi,
I have been trying the known EVA freq,s on good passes over the UK, but no comms hear. I know there doing EVS,s as there overhead, as its on the television and NASA TV, but nothing heard.
What freq,s or comms are they using for EVA,s?
Thanks in advance and regards to all.
Steven,
South West Scotland.

6equj5 – Mon, 2009 – 07 – 20 12:24

Expedition 20 and STS-127 Crews Work Together Aboard Station

ISS Status Report

The Expedition 20 and STS-127 crews are continuing their joint operations during the 16-day space shuttle mission. STS-127 will feature five spacewalks and complete construction of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency's Kibo laboratory. The astronauts will attach a platform to the outside of the Japanese module that will allow experiments to be exposed to space.

Commander Gennady Padalka and flight engineers Michael Barratt, Koichi Wakata of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Roman Romanenko, Robert Thirsk of the Canadian Space Agency and Frank De Winne of the European Space Agency welcomed the STS-127 crew aboard the station at 3:48 p.m. EDT Friday. The crew arrived at the station when space shuttle Endeavour docked at 1:47 p.m.

N5VHO – Mon, 2009 – 07 – 20 11:25