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Re: U.K./Europe ISS Pass



Frank,

Our classroom random contact with ISS and Mark Shuttleworth was featured on
a local TV station this evening.

Thanks for the "heads up" for the Wednesday possibility.  We had been
tracking and listening Monday and Tuesday, but I was particularly attentive
on Wednesday, thanks to you.

I gave the Elmira TV station a call and they sent a camera man to do some
interviews, camera shots, and taped the sound file of the QSO.

Another big Thank you to all of the ARISS team for making Amateur Radio on
ISS possible. It's a wonderful educational opportunity.

Bruce Weaver, K3LTM
Advisor - Cowanesque Valley School ARC (KB3BRT)


----- Original Message -----
From: "Frank H. Bauer" <frank.bauer@gsfc.nasa.gov>
To: <sarex@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Thursday, May 02, 2002 4:29 PM
Subject: [sarex] U.K./Europe ISS Pass


> All,
>
> There is an ISS pass over the U.K./Europe tomorrow, 3 May, around 10
> UTC.  There is a good probability that Mark Shuttleworth may be on the air
> for this pass.  He does have some experiment constraints, so this is not a
> definite.  But I thought I would give you a heads up that this may happen.
>
> The voice frequencies for Europe are:
>
> Downlink:  145.80
> Uplink:       145.20
>
> Good luck!
>
> 73,  Frank Bauer, KA3HDO
>
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