Archive - Oct 2002

F. De Winne, ON1DWN and ARISS Contact


Two ARISS School Contacts have been integrated in Frank's mission. The first is scheduled Sunday 3 November 2002 at 09:15 UTC with the Royal Technical School of Sint Truiden (Frank's hometown). This is a school for.....

IK1SLD – Thu, 2002 – 10 – 31 10:33

October 30th

list rs0iss-1 31-10-2002 on 145.825 7.15 utc

list rs0iss-1 31-10-2002 on 145.825 7.15 utc

pe2jmr – Thu, 2002 – 10 – 31 03:51

Taxi Crew preparation on day launch: New Images

ISS News

New images about the Taxi Crew #4 preparation on day launch are now online. You can see them at

IK1SLD – Thu, 2002 – 10 – 31 01:38



iz1err – Thu, 2002 – 10 – 31 01:37

ISSCOM.031 - Oct. 30, 2002 by Chris v.d. Berg

ISS Status Report


In spite of the low elevation for the Netherlands the S-TMA-1 could be monitored well on all frequencies.

IK1SLD – Wed, 2002 – 10 – 30 16:19

Message from V. Korzun on the incoming Taxi Mission

ISS Amateur Radio

I just received a message about the incoming Taxi Crew Mission (Odissea).
Message was on the PMS system onboard ISS as a bulletin....

IK1SLD – Wed, 2002 – 10 – 30 10:36

Chris v.d. Berg heard Soyuz signal

Space News

Communications: Voice reports Zalyotin via 121.750mc between 06:13:02UTC and 06:16:00UTC (LOS).

06:13:45 922.754mc and 166.132mc.

06:14:16 TCA 922.755mc

Chris van den Berg, NL-9165/A-UK3202

IK1SLD – Wed, 2002 – 10 – 30 10:32

Esa Press Release: Oct. 30, 2002

ISS News

The fourth taxi flight to the International Space Station carrying a European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut and two Russian crew members made a perfect lift-off today (Wednesday, 30 October 2002) from the vast open plains of Baikonur, Kazakhstan, into the rising sun at 08:11 local time (04:11 Central European Time, 03:11 Universal Time).

IK1SLD – Wed, 2002 – 10 – 30 10:26

October 30th

New Soyuz TMA Manned Transport Spacecraft

ISS News

I have just prepared a page with reference regarding the new Soyuz TMA spacecraft, a modification of Soyuz TM spacecraft distinguished for a high reliability and safety of flight for the crew which is proven by all the launches of the spacecraft implemented in the period of years 1986 -2002 for the purposes of servicing orbital stations.
The basic modifications of the Soyuz TM spacecraft are connected with implementation of requirements for enlargement of crew anthropometric parameter range up to the values acceptable for the American astronaut contingent....

Images and reference Here

IK1SLD – Wed, 2002 – 10 – 30 04:03

Space station crew-return vehicle on NASA tv

Space News

The arrival to the International Space Station (ISS) of a modernized Russian Soyuz crew return vehicle will be covered live on NASA Television Oct. 31-Nov. 1. The undocking of the currently attached crew-return vehicle will be carried live on Nov. 9.

kc8fks – Wed, 2002 – 10 – 30 03:22

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