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PY4MAB – Sat, 2007 – 03 – 31 22:39

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Recibi el certificado, de la ISS, esta muy bueno Gracias
lw1dxh – Sat, 2007 – 03 – 31 11:55

March 29th

ISS Status Report: SS07-15

ISS Status Report

HOUSTON - The Expedition 14 crew of the International Space Station continued preparations for the April arrival of a new station crew by boarding their Soyuz TMA-9 craft and taking a 24-minute flight from one station docking port to another.

Flight Engineer Mikhail Tyurin guided the Soyuz away from the Earth-facing port of the station's Zarya module and docked it to the aft port of the Zvezda module. The move frees the Zarya port for the arrival of the Expedition 15 crew aboard the Soyuz TMA-10, scheduled to dock to the station on April 9.

Tyurin undocked the Soyuz from Zarya at 5:30 p.m. CDT and redocked to the Zvezda port at 5:54 p.m. CDT as the station and the Soyuz flew 210 miles above the east coast of South America. Minutes later, hooks and latches engaged between the Soyuz' docking probe and Zvezda's docking port to attach the craft firmly to the station. During the time from undocking to redocking, the crew traveled about a third of the way around the world.

N5VHO – Thu, 2007 – 03 – 29 20:07

Astronaut Training Status

ARISS

On Tuesday, March 27, ESA astronaut Paolo Nespoli, IZ0JPA, will receive training on the basics of performing a school contact at JSC. Nespoli is slated to fly on space shuttle mission STS-120, which will deliver the Harmony module to the ISS.

http://www.rac.ca/ariss/oindex.htm

PY4MAB – Thu, 2007 – 03 – 29 19:09

Soyuz Spacecraft Secured to ISS Docking Port

ISS News

After a successful, but brief, spaceflight a Russian-built Soyuz spacecraft is once more securely attached to the International Space Station (ISS), with three astronauts preparing to reenter the orbital laboratory.

ISS Expedition 14 flight engineer Mikhail Tyurin guided the Soyuz TMA-9 spacecraft on the short flight, which ended at 6:54 p.m. EDT (2254 GMT) as the Russian vehicle and its three-astronaut crew docked to an aft-facing docking port on the station's Zvezda control module.

http://www.space.com/missionlaunches/exp14_mission_page.html

PY4MAB – Thu, 2007 – 03 – 29 18:33

NASA ASTRONAUT TO RUN BOSTON MARATHON IN SPACE

Space News

NASA astronaut Suni Williams will go faster than anyone has ever gone in the Boston Marathon. She will run the famed race in April as an official entrant from 210 miles above Earth aboard the International Space Station. This will be the first time an astronaut in space will be an official participant in a marathon.

Complete press release at http://www.nasa.gov/home/hqnews/2007/mar/HQ_07078_Williams_Boston_Marath...

PY4MAB – Thu, 2007 – 03 – 29 18:14

Columbus AT KENNEDY SPACE CTR.

Space News

It may sound like a rewrite of history, but Columbus is leaving Germany and heading to the shores of Florida. This Columbus isn't cooking for new lands to explore; it has a final destination in space. As a component of the International Space Station, the Columbus Laboratory's final earthly stop is the Space Station Processing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

http://ftp.amsat.org/amsat/archive/sarex/48hour/msg00459.html

PY4MAB – Thu, 2007 – 03 – 29 18:12

ISS Crew Readies for Move

ISS News

The Expedition 14 crew members enjoyed a half day of off-duty time Wednesday on the eve of their short trip to relocate their Soyuz TMA spacecraft to a different docking port on the International Space Station.

Thursday afternoon, Commander Mike Lopez-Alegria and flight engineers Mikhail Tyurin and Sunita Williams will board their Soyuz TMA-9 spacecraft and move it from the Earth-facing port of the station's Zarya module to the aft port of the Zvezda module.

http://ftp.amsat.org/amsat/archive/sarex/48hour/msg00454.html

PY4MAB – Thu, 2007 – 03 – 29 18:11

St Michael's Primary School, Daceyville, NSW, Australia - Mon. (April 02) 23:35 UTC

ARISS

An International Space Station Expedition 14 ARISS school contact has been planned with students at St. Michael's Primary School in Daceyville, NSW, Australia on 02 April. The event is scheduled to begin at approximately 23:35 UTC.

The contact will be a direct between stations NA1SS and VK2KVE. The contact should be audible in Eastern portions of Australia. Interested parties are invited to listen in on the 145.80 MHz downlink. The participants are expected to conduct the conversation in English.

St Michael's Primary School Daceyville is situated in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney. It is a Catholic Systemic Primary School that serves the immediate community of Daceyville; with a number of students attending from outlying areas. The school has a population of 161 students ranging from Kindergarten (5 years old) to Year 6 (11 years old). The school delivers a wide curriculum across 7 key learning areas to ensure that children have access to a range of experiences and opportunities to develop knowledge, skills, understanding and values.

N5VHO – Thu, 2007 – 03 – 29 15:16

March 28th

Ham-Astronaut to be League's Honored Guest at ARRL EXPO 2007 in Dayton

Space News

NASA Space shuttle veteran and International Space Station Expedition 12 commander Bill McArthur, KC5ACR, will be the League's guest at Dayton Hamvention 2007, Friday through Sunday, May 18-20, at Hara Arena near Dayton, Ohio. The first astronaut to work all states from space, McArthur has been applauded for inspiring others through his ham radio activities from NA1SS. He'll be featured speaker during a closed ARRL reception Thursday, May 17, and will be on hand all day Friday, May 18, to greet and talk with visitors to ARRL EXPO 2007 at Hamvention.

N5VHO – Wed, 2007 – 03 – 28 09:10
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