Archive - 2002

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Excellent page...job well done...keep up the good work... Best regards 73, Vic
Anonymous – Tue, 2002 – 12 – 31 21:08

December 30th

List RS0ISS-1 31 DEC 2002

List RS0ISS-1 31 DEC 2002

pe2jmr – Tue, 2002 – 12 – 31 04:15

Upcoming ARISS Contact Schedule - 2002-12-30

ARISS

World Scout Jamboree 2003, Sattahip, Thailand, Direct via E20AJ

Contact Tuesday 2002-12-31 07:27 UTC

Don Pettit is the scheduled astronaut.

Good luck Scouts and Don!

IK1SLD – Mon, 2002 – 12 – 30 17:05

December 29th

List RS0ISS-1 30 Dec 2002 + read 3 #mgs

List RS0ISS-1 30 Dec 2002 + read 3 #mgs

pe2jmr – Mon, 2002 – 12 – 30 03:19

Guestbook

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From the day I found out about this web site which was to be up and running ,I could not wait to visit the site . My expectations were not what I expected at all . May I say thankyou to you Claudio and all the staff for an excellent web site which is full of very interesting information and the graphics are very good. this is one very good website which deserves an award for its design, content,etc And for being up to date . Well done to you all. P.s have sent away for my ISS Acheivement Award. cannot wait to display it in my radio room. to all have a very healthy and very good new year.
Anonymous – Mon, 2002 – 12 – 30 00:21

Guestbook

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Hello, I made a qso with the ISS on 20th of october this year. Now I'm looking for someone who has a audiofile with an answer on my last personal question. The whole audiofile from the qso you can find on the homepage of the ARRL http://www.arrl.org/news/stories/2002/10/24/1/?nc=1 It was great to do this, and next year I hope to have a next qso with a dutch astronaut who is in the ISS in november 2003. If someone has the last answer on file please let me know. Cheers Jan PD1AIQ
Anonymous – Sun, 2002 – 12 – 29 23:46

How to submit news to the IFC website

Space News

Hello Fans!

The main goal of our community is to report news to each other so we encourage you to post as much news as you can.

Reporting a news is very simple and does not require any particular skill.

iz6byy – Sun, 2002 – 12 – 29 22:20

Fourth Chinese space mission takes off

Space News

After three successful missions, the fourth Shenzhou took off from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest Gansu province.

This launch is considered the last before manned operations.

Will they be active on Amateur Radio? I dont think so... I am afraid there will never be any Shenzhou Fan Club.

Here you can find good coverage of the event.

iz6byy – Sun, 2002 – 12 – 29 20:33

A link to ISS FAN CLUB

A link to ISS FAN CLUB

kc8fks – Sun, 2002 – 12 – 29 17:22

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!

kc8fks – Sun, 2002 – 12 – 29 15:28
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