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Re: ISS -RETURN VEHICLE ACTIVITIES CARRIED ON NASA TV



Would any one be able to give me some information on NASA TV and how i can 
watch it? (Is there a stream for the internet for example on non shuttle 
missions?) Thanks,

Michael S. Miller
KF4FIW

>From: azrowe@juno.com
>To: sarex@amsat.org
>Subject: [sarex] ISS -RETURN VEHICLE ACTIVITIES CARRIED ON NASA TV
>Date: Fri, 25 Oct 2002 18:48:35 -0400
>
>Submitted by Arthur - N1ORC
>
>Dwayne C. Brown
>Headquarters, Washington                              October 25, 2002
>(Phone: 202/358-1726)
>
>Kyle Herring
>Johnson Space Center, Houston
>(Phone: 281/483-5111)
>
>NOTE TO EDITORS: N02-69
>
>SPACE STATION CREW-RETURN VEHICLE ACTIVITIES CARRIED ON NASA TV
>
>       The arrival to the International Space Station (ISS) of a
>modernized
>Russian Soyuz crew return vehicle will be covered live on NASA Television
>Oct.
>31-Nov. 1. The undocking of the currently attached crew-return vehicle
>will be
>carried live on Nov. 9.
>
>Soyuz vehicles are ferried to the ISS every six months to provide an
>assured crew-return capability for station residents.
>
>Russian Soyuz 5 Commander Sergei Zalyotin, European Space Agency Flight
>Engineer Frank DeWinne of Belgium and Russian Flight Engineer Yuri
>Lonchakov are scheduled to be launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in
>Kazakhstan at approximately 10 p.m. EST October 29. They will spend
>approximately eight days conducting joint scientific activities with
>Expedition Five Commander Valery Korzun, NASA ISS Science Officer Peggy
>Whitson and Flight Engineer Sergei Treschev, who have been on board the
>ISS since June.  There will no coverage of the launch on NASA
>Television. NASA will issue a status report once the Soyuz reaches
>orbit.
>
>Commentary will originate from the ISS flight control room at NASA's
>Johnson Space Center, Houston, on Oct. 31 prior to the docking of the
>Soyuz and its crew to the station's Pirs Docking Compartment, beginning
>at 11 p.m. EST, with available downlink television from cameras on the
>station's Canadarm2 robotic arm. Docking is planned at approximately
>midnight EST Oct. 31. Coverage will extend through hatch opening and
>the greeting between the Soyuz crew and the Expedition Five crew,
>expected around 1:40 a.m. EST Nov. 1.
>
>NASA TV also will provide live coverage and commentary of the Nov. 9
>departure of the Soyuz crew in the return vehicle currently docked to
>the ISS beginning at 3 p.m. EST, with available downlink television
>from cameras on the station's Canadarm2 robotic arm. Undocking of the
>older Soyuz vehicle is expected around 3:30 p.m. EST. There will be no
>coverage of landing.
>
>NASA TV is available on GE-2, Transponder 9C, vertical polarization at
>85 degrees West longitude, 3880 MHz, with audio at 6.8 MHz.
>
>Additional information on the ISS is available on the Internet at:
>
>http://spaceflight.nasa.gov
>
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