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Re: ISS Payload opportunity announced



I think Andy was looking more at the second half of the info.

Payload Guidelines for future Space Adventures missions:

Payloads shall be limited to approximately Five kg in weight and fit
within the following approximate dimensions: 25 x 25 x 40 cm.
Payload may be powered by flight qualified batteries or 28V DC station
power.
All payloads must be safety qualified to ISS payload flight
qualification requirements. 
All U.S. payload customers are responsible for U.S. export compliance.
Three duplicate payload units must be submitted for payload
qualification and flight.
Payload experiment data can be returned in the form of still images,
flash memory cards, videos or hand written notes.
Small amounts of experiment results may be returned to Earth within 8-15
days or six months following launch. 


Kenneth - N5VHO

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Subject: [amsat-bb] Re: ISS Payload opportunity announced


On May 29, 2008, at 00:28:33, andy thomas wrote:

> Payloads must be ready for shipment to Russia no later than March 3,  
> 2008.


A bit late, no?

-- 
Rick

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