Dagens nät svårkört med dåliga conds samt 73 44 naturjägarna på frekvensen.
*ISS har varit aktiv med skolkontakter.
Wednesday April 17, ARISS contact with school in Canada. Downlink audible in
An International Space Station school contact is scheduled with participants
at John McCrae High School, Nepean, Ontario, Canada. The event is to begin
at approximately 18:05 UTC, which is 20:05 CEST.
The contact will be a telebridge operated by IK1SLD, located in North Italy.
Interested parties in Europe are invited to listen to dowlink signals on
145.800 MHz FM.
Hello CubeSats and Amateur Radio Operators!
The very first PhoneSat?s will be launching aboard the Antares on April 17
th at 1700 EDT (launch window to April 19th possibly further). We have
manifested 2x PhoneSat 1.0 and 1x PhoneSat 2.0 Beta.
Our orbit is very low (270km x 300km 51.6deg) and we?ll only be up there
for 2 weeks! So we?re looking for as many people as possible to help with
tracking our satellites!
If any of you are interested in tracking the satellite please let myself
(+the cc?d team) know ? your help will be greatly appreciated!
All three satellites will be transmitting on *437.425MHz* and TLE?s + more
info can be found at www.phonesat.org ? consolidated info sheet attached.
Feel free to tune-in and submit packets to
Next week, we are scheduled to carry out the first flight of our new
Antares space launch vehicle from Wallops Island, Virginia. The current
launch date for the test flight is April 17, with a targeted launch time of
5:00 p.m. (EDT). The available window extends until 8:00 p.m., if
necessary, to accommodate any pre-launch holds in the countdown that may
The Antares launch will be webcast over NASA.gov and broadcast on NASA TV
beginning at 4:00 p.m. (EDT). A NASA host, Kyle Herring, and our own John
Steinmeyer of LSG will provide commentary for the broadcast.
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NASA has designated the Wallops Visitor?s Center and Assateague Beach as
the public viewing sites. Live audio commentary will be provided at the
Visitor?s Center location. In addition, in the local Wallops area, WCTG-FM
96.5 will be broadcasting live mission updates. Here is the Wallops
information on public viewing:
For an overview of the mission, the attached Antares A-ONE mission overview
PDF file provides information about the timing and sequence of the flight
milestones. WD3Q: I will try and provide this to the AMSAT website)
The link to the NASA TV broadcast/webcast will be updated on launch day,
but this is the address to access the broadcast:
You can review many of the progress milestones we have made on the Antares
rocket and Cygnus spacecraft by accessing our archive website at:
For other information about the broadcast and media activities surrounding
the launch, you can visit NASA?s page at:
*Vi har en SM7 station som söker billig elevationsrotor/satellit antenner.
73 Håkan SM7WSJ