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Re: ISS OPERATION




Well, I think that covers it...next topic, please.

Bob K0NR
--- A10382 <a10382@snet.net> wrote:
> 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.
> 
> --------
> 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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