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SAREX: ISS still on 145.825 with PCsat



ISS still on 145.825 until Astronauts have time to change it back:

Although the 28th was the scheduled end of the joint IAA/PCsat test, at
1940z, ISS was still on 145.825, so if there is a joint visibility pass in
your area, please try a double hop test.  Here are some more predictions:

More of Gil Carman's data
>Mon 28Oct02 05:20:03    05:30:59      1634  Mideast
>Mon 28Oct02 06:07:18    06:19:02       389  dark
>Mon 28Oct02 06:55:53    07:07:02      1556  Europe Mideast
>Mon 28Oct02 07:45:28    07:55:08      3027  dark
>Mon 28Oct02 23:02:48    23:11:42      3272  too little sun
>Mon 28Oct02 23:49:11    23:59:47      1796  W-USA, Hawaii, Alasksa
>
>Tue 29Oct02 00:36:22    00:47:49       449  Dark
>Tue 29Oct02 01:24:49    01:35:50      1370  Japan, Alaska, Hi
>Tue 29Oct02 02:14:11    02:23:56      2829  Dark
>Tue 29Oct02 17:31:55    17:40:27      3405  Dark
>Tue 29Oct02 18:18:17    18:28:32      1946  Alaska, USA
>Tue 29Oct02 19:05:23    19:16:35       553  Dark
>Tue 29Oct02 19:53:43    20:04:36      1200  Hawaii, USA, Alaska, WOW
>Tue 29Oct02 20:42:55    20:52:42      2642  Dark

de WB4APR, Bob


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