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July 26th

Packet Module Status - July 25, 2017

ISS Status Report

ARISS has received several reports stating that the packet system on ISS is down. Here is what we know and our current forward plan.

The packet system in the Columbus module started to act up late last week, sending only a beacon. The ARISS team requested a power recycle by the crew, and with that power recycle, the packet system appears to have stop functioning completely. Note that this unit has been on-orbit for 17 years. It was launched on the STS-106 Space Shuttle Atlantis mission in September 2000 and was built, tested and certified for flight about 20 years ago.

N5VHO – Wed, 2017 – 07 – 26 06:26

July 6th

How to schedule a contact with the ISS

ISS Amateur Radio

How in the world do people schedule a contact with the ISS

HamNerd0606 – Thu, 2017 – 07 – 06 10:08
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