Archive - Jul 2, 2006

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ISS Radio Report

i7pqd – Sun, 2006 – 07 – 02 20:27

ISS Radio Report

SWL-CHMY – Sun, 2006 – 07 – 02 20:24

ISS Radio Report

SWL-CHMY – Sun, 2006 – 07 – 02 17:15

ISS Radio Report

XQ7UP – Sun, 2006 – 07 – 02 15:31

STS 121 next launch date 4 July 2006 at 2:38 p.m. edt

Space Shuttle

At first i will say excuse me that i have take by the story before STS107. I have take the wrong content. Thanks for your comprehension.

Launch Scrubbed - Discovery Delayed Again
The launch of Space Shuttle Discovery has been postponed for an additional 48 hours due to inclement weather at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Our next attempt will take place on Tuesday, July 4, with liftoff scheduled to occur at 2:38 p.m., EDT.

Steven Lindsey commands a crew of five American astronauts, Pilot Mark Kelly and Mission Specialists Michael Fossum, Lisa Nowak, Stephanie Wilson and Piers Sellers, and one astronaut from the European Space Agency, Thomas Reiter. This is the 18th U.S. flight to the International Space Station and the 32nd flight for Space Shuttle Discovery.

SWL-CHMY – Sun, 2006 – 07 – 02 15:30

ISS Radio Report

SWL-CHMY – Sun, 2006 – 07 – 02 14:03

ISS Radio Report

i7pqd – Sun, 2006 – 07 – 02 14:03

NASA TV ALL CHANNEL on one page!

Today at 19:26 UTC the STS 121 Orbiter Discovery launch from launch pad 39B
and you can watch it on NASA TV and here is

a link and here are all NASA TV live cams:
http://science.ksc.nasa.gov/shuttle/countdown/video/

Very interest to watch to all cams on one page.

73de SWL-CHMY

SWL-CHMY – Sun, 2006 – 07 – 02 04:57

Launch Srubbed - Next Launch 2. July 2006 at 19:21 UTC

Space Shuttle

Launch Scrubbed
Today's launch of Space Shuttle Discovery has been postponed for 24 hours because of weather. The preferred launch time for tomorrow is 3:26 p.m. from Kennedy Space Center.

Steven Lindsey commands a crew of five American astronauts, Pilot Mark Kelly and Mission Specialists Michael Fossum, Lisa Nowak, Stephanie Wilson and Piers Sellers, and one astronaut from the European Space Agency, Thomas Reiter. This is the 18th U.S. flight to the International Space Station and the 32nd flight for Space Shuttle Discovery.

In Discovery's payload bay, the multi-purpose logistics module Leonardo, built by the Italian Space Agency, will deliver more than two tons of supplies, equipment and tools on its fourth trip to the station.

SWL-CHMY – Sun, 2006 – 07 – 02 03:21

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