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Re: Fw: Re: Anousheh Ansari on Ham Radio



I believe she was calling for EP3RF.  They were planning for a contact
on September 25th with some students attending the session.
However, I have not seen any comments if this actually happened...
Instead I've got a report through her Blog, that in Iran the band is
associated to some governmental services and nobody else may listen or
read anything on it. Instead, most amateur radio operators are using the
old 27MHz (11m) band..   I don't know if this is true, but it may
explain why the contact may have failed..

73s Peter





Colin Knight wrote:
> She was active at 07:33 UTC over England trying for an Iranian callsign..she didn't use phonetics but it seemed to be EPT??RS. There seems to me a number missing in the sequence so I can't be sure if I got it correctly.
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> After three tries she stopped and then appeared on the Moscow Mission Control frequency 143.625 and I just heard a few words from her before the pass window closed.
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> Colin..SWL 50.58N 1.21W
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> = = = = = = This is a forward message = = = = = = =
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> Original sender's name:    Peter Guelzow 
> Original sender's address: peter.guelzow@kourou.de
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>> David,
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>> she was also active over Europe and looking for stations in Iran. 
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>> Listen here:  http://www.ticket-to-mars.org/ansari_via_rs0iss.wav
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>> 73s Peter
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