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Re: iss packet off?



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All,

Yes I confirm no activity from ISS Space Station.
I seen ISS in the sky at 18:37 and now 20:14 UTC as a bright star but
no signals from space.
Keplers from Celestrak are right at the second and Station was 90°
over my location at the right time :)

ARISS Packet system switched off. I hope only temporarily.

  73 de ik1sld Claudio





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From: "A Thomas" <70374.440@compuserve.com>
To: "sarex" <SAREX@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Tuesday, April 17, 2001 8:57 PM
Subject: [sarex] iss packet off?


> Unable to hear anything on 145.8 at my QTH at pass times of ISS.  I
> have checked keplers from celestrak.
>
> (i do get local qrn bursts)
>
> I assume ARISS systems are switched off.
>
>
> andy g0sfj



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