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Re: No SSTV in VK/ZL?



I saw a report that Mike Fincke called CQ over Eastern Australia around 10:58 UTC on Oct 15 2008. If you are hoping for SSTV, you will have to wait until the crew activates it in the morning. The system is only running when the crew is awake. To know when that is, check the crew timelines posted at http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/timelines/10_2008_tl.html
Garriott is listed as SFPVC, Fincke is CDR-18.

Kenneth - N5VHO



----- Original Message ----
From: Norm VK3XCI <vk3xci@aanet.com.au>
To: sarex <sarex@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Wednesday, October 15, 2008 2:58:38 PM
Subject: [sarex] No SSTV in VK/ZL?

Has anybody heard a peep in VK or ZL? Despite intensive efforts I've 
seen or heard nothing at all. Not even a peep on last night's overhead 
pass, not even the hint of a peep. I even left the rig and Computer on 
24/7 last few days.

Yaesu FT-1802
Collinear Vertical 20 ft in the air
listening 145.800

I thought I would hear *SOMETHING*, if not decode it!

-- 
Regards de Norm, VK3XCI
Mildura on the Murray
QF15bt
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