Archive - Aug 23, 2009

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ISS Radio Report

9W2PD – Sun, 2009 – 08 – 23 17:43

ISS Radio Report

9W2PD – Sun, 2009 – 08 – 23 17:33

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9W2RUT – Sun, 2009 – 08 – 23 16:06

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9M6WST – Sun, 2009 – 08 – 23 15:57

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vk3pb – Sun, 2009 – 08 – 23 11:16

ISS Radio Report

vk3pb – Sun, 2009 – 08 – 23 11:14

SuitSat-2 Now Called ARISSat-1

ARISS

The SuitSat-2 project now has a new name to go with its new shape, ARISSat-1. Gaston Bertels, ON4WF, the ARISS Chairman announced the new name for the satellite and project this week. The project team is moving ahead using the same hardware that was to fly in the Russian Orlan suit. The team is re-configuring some of the modules to fit into the new structure being designed by Bob Davis, KF4KSS and his team.

Due to storage considerations on the International Space Station, the two surplus Orlan space suits in storage on the International Space Station were discarded via the Progress Cargo Vessel. One of these suits was to be used to house the electronics for the upcoming SuitSat-2 mission where the batteries were to be mounted inside the suit, solar panels attached to the extremities with the electronics, video cameras and antenna mounted on the helmet by the ISS crew prior to deployment during an EVA. The Progress vehicle, with the suits included, has undocked from ISS.

PY4MAB – Sun, 2009 – 08 – 23 10:55

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DO3NN – Sun, 2009 – 08 – 23 07:20

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9W2RUT – Sun, 2009 – 08 – 23 04:33

ISS Radio Report

YV5MM – Sun, 2009 – 08 – 23 03:59
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