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Re: ISS Packet Turned Off?

Thanks, Bob, I thought it might be shutdown for an
EVA, but didn't look at the schedule.
Oh, well.....it gives me some more time to play with
my TH-D7 and Arrow before I try and digipeat through
it. I copied quite a few packets just using the rubber
duck, and was looking forward to waving the arrow
around to amuse my neighbors!
73, Jim

--- Robert Bruninga <bruninga@usna.edu> wrote:

> >Well, I just had two really good, fairly high
> elevation 
> >passes, and didn't hear a peep out of [ISS]...
> >Turned off for a spacewalk, maybe?
> Yep.  Both ARISS and PCSAT2 are turned off.
> We were going to turn PCSAT2 back on tonight
> but then would have to turn it off agian Sunday
> night for the next EVA-2.  Rather than cycling all
> our international command stations just for 12
> hours of operating, we decided to just keep
> PCSAT2 off until Monday.  Then turn it on for
> Monday, then off for Tuesday EVA then back
> on for WED and remain on there after...
> de Wb4APR, Bob
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