Archive - Jul 22, 2009

ISS Radio Report

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4 years 38 weeks ago
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no digis over Belgium
ON7NW – Wed, 2009 – 07 – 22 19:23

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WHAT FREQ DO YOU USE WHEN YOU ARE IN ORBIT OVER LACONIA NH MY NAME IS DAVID I AM THE 9AM1626 OE NH USA LACONIA 03246 I WILL LOOK FOR YOU OVER LACONIA IN ORBIT DAVE SAFE TRIP
davidbastien – Wed, 2009 – 07 – 22 18:15

ISS Radio Report

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NOT ACTIVE OVER BELGUIM ---73
ON3URT – Wed, 2009 – 07 – 22 17:45

ISS Radio Report

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Nothing heard on this pass over Bogota, Colombia.
HK3CFM – Wed, 2009 – 07 – 22 17:23

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no aprs over Belgium 16:10z
ON7NW – Wed, 2009 – 07 – 22 16:16

Third Spacewalk Begins at 10:32 a.m. EDT

Space Shuttle

Wed, 22 Jul 2009 09:37:10 AM CDT

Spacewalkers Dave Wolf and Chris Cassidy began the STS-127 mission's third spacewalk about 30 minutes ahead of schedule, at 10:32 a.m. EDT.

Wolf and Cassidy first will remove multilayer insulation from the Kibo module and prepare the Japanese Exposed Section payloads for their transfer from the Exposed Section to the Exposed Facility on Thursday. Then they will focus on battery replacements. The space station power system is a photovoltaic system that gathers solar power and stores it in batteries. Wolf and Cassidy will replace four of six old batteries in one of the six station power channels, channel 2B. In preparation for the task, the old batteries have been drained and the electrical loads normally handled by 2B have been placed on different power channels.

N5VHO – Wed, 2009 – 07 – 22 13:09

Crews Successful with Robotic Arm Tasks

ISS Status Report

The Expedition 20 and STS-127 crews continued their joint operations Tuesday. The combined efforts of both crews were successful in installing the Japanese Logistics Module-Exposed Section using two robotic arms.

STS-127 Commander Mark Polansky and mission specialist Julie Payette operated the robotic arm aboard the space shuttle to pass the platform from Endeavour to Canadarm2 on the space station. Canadarm2 was operated by STS-127 mission specialist Koichi Wakata and shuttle pilot Doug Hurley.

The Japanese robotic arm on the station will be used Thursday to take experiments from that Exposed Section and install them on the new porch of the Kibo laboratory.

N5VHO – Wed, 2009 – 07 – 22 12:54

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nothing heard over South America. MAURICIO BERALDO PY4MAB BRAZIL