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You have all be extremely patient regarding the problems with the packet 
system.  Thank you for your patience.  I know I have not been to 
communicative about the packet system lately, but the ARISS-International 
team has been working *very hard* to get this issue debugged and back on 

I don't want to raise expectations too high, but it appears that there 
might be an opportunity as early as 13:00 UTC tomorrow where the packet may 
get re-activated.  The initial operations, when they occur, will be on the 
downlink frequency of 145.80.  This may or may not happen tomorrow, but we 
would rather give you this heads up so that we all can be better prepared.

Please stay tuned and let us know if you hear anything, world-wide.

We will keep you informed as things unfold over the next couple of 
days.  As I promised weeks ago, I hope to give you all a full briefing on 
what it has taken to get packet up and running as soon as we get more 
information from the crew.


Frank, KA3HDO 

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