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Re: ISS OPERATION



Right you are, James.

The ARISS function itself has always, as it should be, taken a back seat to
everything else.  I always assumed the crew had little time for the radio
until on 'their own time' -- about an hour or 2 after their evening
meals --during their 'evening'.

regular crew duties
station upkeep
Scheduled experiments
maintenance
... all part of their survival regimen


Other than scheduled school contacts, most passes in other times found the
voice ops very quiet.

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73, Frank
 ._._.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Reicher, James" <JReicher@hrblock.com>
To: <sarex@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Tuesday, January 13, 2004 3:48 PM
Subject: RE: [sarex] ISS OPERATION


> I guess they've been too busy worrying about trivial things, like the
> air they breathe leaking out into space, to deal with the important
> issues like talking to whiners and complainers on the ground.
>

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