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Re: ISS on Field Day



Shuttle missions typically take significantly more amounts of the crew's time to complete all the tasks in the short period (especially with several EVAs). It is less likely we will hear from anyone while the shuttle is still docked with the ISS. Still, this is the first time to have so many on the ISS at once so we might get lucky.

Kenneth - N5VHO
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Sent: Monday, June 08, 2009 8:54 AM
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Subject: [sarex] ISS on Field Day

Hi all:

If STS-127 goes up on June 13, and with 13 astronauts up on th ISS, I suppose there has to be a great chance to have someone on the air on Field Day, if all goes well.

Greetings,

Angel Santana- WP3GW
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