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Re: UTC & Late Emails (correction on last email)



Is anyone else receiving messages with the formatting removed?
I feel that it is a problem on my end, but, I do not know how to correct it.
I receive message formatted like this 
occasionally and only from certain senders.
I can find no correlation between the massages 
and the sending software nor the ISP.

If anyone knows what is happening and how to 
correct it, I would appreciate the help.

Thanks
73
Glenn
WB4UIV

At 12:11 AM 12/11/2009, Tony, VK5ZAI wrote:
>Sorry Guys, Correction on the email I sent re 
>delays, the date should have read 11.Dec and not 
>9. Dec. This was sent at 05:11 UTC  on 11. Dec 
>Best Regards, Tony.  VK5ZAI J.A.(Tony) 
>Hutchison. P.O.Box 470 Kingston SE. South 
>Australia.  5275 Australian ARISS Co-ordinator 
>and  ISS Telebridge Station Web Site :- 
>http://www.electric-web.org Roger Kolakowski 
>wrote: > "....Wonder if others are having this 
>problem. for the past weeks, all these > email 
>announcements are delivered to me late. I get 
>them the day after the > contacts actually 
>happen...." > > Received @ 2306 UTC 12-10-09 > > 
>Roger > WA1KAT > > ----- Original Message 
>----- > From: <AJ9N@aol.com> > To: 
><sarex@AMSAT.Org> > Sent: Thursday, December 10, 
>2009 10:59 PM > Subject: [sarex] Upcoming ARISS 
>Contact Schedule as of 2009-12-11 04:00 
>UTC > > >   >> Upcoming ARISS Contact Schedule 
>as of 2009-12-11  04:00 UTC >> >> Quick list of 
>scheduled contacts and  events: >> >> Note, all 
>times are approximate.  It is recommended  that 
>you do your own >> orbital prediction or start 
>listening about 10 minutes  before the listed >> 
>time. >> >> >> Noginsk High School, 
>Russia,  direct via RK3DZB >> Contact was 
>successful: 2009-12-10 07:00 UTC  (***) >> >> 
>2009-12-10 07:00 to 11:00 UTC Possible SSTV 
>activity. >> >> Zvezdniy Gorodok, Star City, 
>Russia, direct via RK3DZB >> Contact  is a go 
>for 2009-12-11 07:25 UTC >> >> 2009-12-11 07:00 
>to 11:00 UTC  Possible SSTV activity. >> >> 
>Direzione Didattica 2°Circolo De 
>Gasperi,  Noicattaro, I-70016, direct via >> 
>IZ7EVR >> Contact is a go for: Sat 
>2009-12-12  09:19:18 UTC 40 deg >> Should be 
>streamed 
>on 
>http://www.cittadellamediterraneadellascienza.it/ 
>  >> >> >> Istituto Comprensivo di Govone 
>­Scuola Secondaria di  primo grado “Nino >> 
>Costa”  di Priocca, Priocca, Cuneo, Italy, 
>direct via  IK1SLD >> Contact is a go for: Mon 
>2009-12-14 08:30:02 UTC 46 deg >> Should 
>be  streamed on 
>http://www.ik1sld.org/live/ >> >> >> >> 
>Total  number of ARISS ISS to earth school 
>contacts is 515. (***) >> Total number of  ARISS 
>supported terrestrial contacts is 30. >> >> >> 
>QSL information may be  found at: >> 
>http://www.arrl.org/ARISS/arissfaq.html >> 
>http://www.rac.ca/ariss/oindex.htm#QSL's >> >> >> 
>  ISS callsigns:   DP0ISS, NA1SS, 
>OR4ISS,  RS0ISS >> >> 
>***************************** >> 
>************************************************* 
>  >> >> The  complete schedule page has been 
>updated as of 2009-12-11 04:00 UTC. >> 
>(***) >> >> Here you will find a listing of all 
>scheduled school contacts, and >> questions, 
>other ISS related websites, IRLP and Echolink 
>websites, and >> instructions for any contact 
>that may be streamed live. >> 
>http://www.amsat.org/amsat/ariss/news/arissnews.rtf 
>(note change of file >> type) >> >> The 
>successful school list has been updated as of 
>2009-12-11 04:00  UTC. >> (***) >> 
>http://www.amsat.org/amsat/ariss/news/Successful_ARISS_schools.rtf  
> >> >> >> Frequency   chart for packet, voice, 
>and crossband repeater modes showing >> 
>Doppler  correction  as of 2005-07-29 
>04:00   UTC >> >>     > 
>http://www.amsat.org/amsat/ariss/news/ISS_frequencies_and_Doppler_correction  
> >   >> .rtf >> >> Listing   of ARISS related 
>magazine articles as of 2006-07-10 
>03:30  UTC: >> 
>http://www.amsat.org/amsat/ariss/news/ARISS_magazine_articles.rtf  
> >> >> >>     > 
>****************************************************************************  
> >   >> There   have been rumors in the past 
>indicating that the ISS was having >> 
>direct  contacts  on the 40 meter band.  There 
>is no HF radio equipment on >> board >> and 
>available yet.  The HF antenna is 
>mounted.  Sometimes  WA3NAN will >> retransmit 
>shuttle  audio. >> >> >>     > 
>****************************************************************************  
> >   >> Exp.  21 on orbit >> Maksim Suraev >> 
>Jeffrey N. Williams  KD5TVQ >> >> >> >>     > 
>****************************************************************************  
> >   >> 73, >> Charlie   Sufana AJ9N >> One of 
>the ARISS operation team mentors >> >> >> 
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