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wb9wkt at gmail.com
Wed Feb 22 13:47:17 CST 2017
Well I went out and listened on 145.800 and heard the astronaut answering
the questions that the kids were asking.
I couldn't hear the kids of course but I could copy the ISS perfectly.
The pass was about 7 minutes long---they got in a bunch of questions before
If I see more of these I'll pass them along.
I'm done spamming now.
On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 12:03 PM, Rodney Anders <wb9wkt at gmail.com> wrote:
> There may be an issue with the 2m radio on the ISS--so try to listen at
> 437.525 too.
> New radio is coming----it is in a supply ship that will try and dock to
> the ISS tomorrow.
> On Tue, Feb 21, 2017 at 2:20 PM, Rodney Anders via members <
> members at tcra.org> wrote:
>> ===Message From The TCRA Reflector===
>> Just saw on twitter where the International Space station is supposed to
>> have a radio contact with kids in a school in Maplewook Minnesota. You
>> should be able to hear the astronauts on 145.800 FM (turn off your
>> ARISS ct. w/ John Glenn Middle School, Maplewood MN on 22 Feb. Set for
>> 18:48 UTC. The contact will be direct between NA1SS and K0JDD.
>> Doesn't make a lot of sense because the pass data that I see isn't a very
>> good pass. But if you are near a radio turn in on Feb 22 around 12:48 CST
>> or 18:48 UTC and see if you can hear the astronauts. If they do have a
>> contact it will only be about 5-8 minutes. Pass data from Heavens-above
>> matches the time on twitter---so chances are good this will be a
>> contact---listen in. Remember to open your squelch.
>> [image: Inline image 1]
>> If one of the Russian astronauts comes on the radio you can really
>> tell---pretty cool. You can use an HT and any ol vertical
>> antenna---nothing special is needed to listen.
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