Archive - May 11, 2009

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ISS Radio Report

vk6mj – Mon, 2009 – 05 – 11 23:08

ISS Radio Report

vk6mj – Mon, 2009 – 05 – 11 22:36

ISS Radio Report

SW1NJX – Mon, 2009 – 05 – 11 20:25

ISS Radio Report

F4FPR – Mon, 2009 – 05 – 11 20:24

ISS Radio Report

EB1IAT – Mon, 2009 – 05 – 11 20:20

ISS Radio Report

CX8AF – Mon, 2009 – 05 – 11 20:01

ISS Radio Report

SWL-CHMY – Mon, 2009 – 05 – 11 18:49

Guestbook

Adrian OGorman – Mon, 2009 – 05 – 11 18:27

Progress 32 Re-entry time & location

We have a group here interested in exactly when and where the Progress 32 "garbage" payload vessel will be re-entering the atmosphere, ie when & where the "burn" will begin. Anyone suggest how I can find the predicted UTC time, GPS coord of begin of burn, and either compass direction or GPS coord of end of burn?

w9sk – Mon, 2009 – 05 – 11 17:42

Station Crew Awaits Cargo Ship

ISS Status Report[img]http://www.nasa.gov/images/content/160328main_station_051109.jpg[/img] Image above: Expedition 19 Flight Engineer Koichi Wakata looks through a window in the Kibo laboratory of the International Space Station. Credit: NASA The new ISS Progress 33 cargo craft is en route to the International Space Station following its launch Thursday at 2:37 p.m. EDT from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. Two rendezvous burns on Friday fine-tuned its scheduled arrival to the station's Pirs docking compartment on Tuesday at 3:23 p.m. The unpiloted resupply ship is carrying more than 2 ½ tons of food, fuel and supplies.
N5VHO – Mon, 2009 – 05 – 11 17:37
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