Archive - Sep 8, 2010
NASA has posted 3 photos taken on Sunday (5 September) of Doug Wheelock using the ISS ham gear. It's also nice to see the captions identify the radio as a "ham radio system", instead of just a "communications system" as has been done in similar photos in the past. Here are links to the photos:
Hi I have been trying to make a contact
for a week or so.
Is he using 145.800 simplex.?
I have been using 145.800 down 144.490 up
tonight I heard Col. Wheelock respond to a truck passing
my location on a highway and using 145.800 up
hi dos anyone have a recording from the 22:25:41 Wednesday September 8, 2010 in UTC pass they can send me pls between 22:00 to 22:25 utc sept. 8th 2010
this is so cool it is the 2ed time i have worked the iss :)
Some XE´s Stations contacted wity Col Wheelock in a very bad pass at least for Mexico City area.
Were contacted XE2MVS, XE1R, XE1RCS (Radio Club Satelite Station), XE1GRR, XE1GZU, N7IWB.
also too heard something about a Ki ???? University (AMATEUR RADIO CLUB ) ????.
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More mexican and U.S.A. Stations Contacted Col. Wheelock on September 8, 2010 at 2040 UTC