Archive - Jan 2003

STS-107 Landing 1 Feb. 14:16 GMT

Space Shuttle

The STS-107 crewmembers began preparing for their return to Earth, which is slated for Saturday.

Columbia is slated to land at 8:16 a.m. CST (1416 GMT) Saturday. Forecasts call for favorable weather at landing.

The STS-107 Landing Ground Tracks are available.

http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/realdata/groundtracs/

pe2jmr – Fri, 2003 – 01 – 31 20:52

January 31st

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ISS PASS 03:13 UTC, ELEVATION 68 NOTHING HEARD
VA2VA – Fri, 2003 – 01 – 31 04:18

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ISS PASS 01:36 UTC, ELEVATION 32 NO VOICE, NO PACKET
VA2VA – Fri, 2003 – 01 – 31 02:42

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ISS PASS 00:00 UTC, ELEVATION 47 NOTHING HEARD FRIDAY JANUARY 31
VA2VA – Fri, 2003 – 01 – 31 01:03

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ISS PASS 22:24 UTC, ELEVATION 37 NO PACKET, NO VOICE
VA2VA – Fri, 2003 – 01 – 31 00:36

ISS Radio Report

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no voice no packet 5:23 EST 60 degree pass
kb1chu – Thu, 2003 – 01 – 30 23:25

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Anonymous – Thu, 2003 – 01 – 30 22:05

January 29th

ISS Status Report - Jan. 29, 2003

ISS Status Report

Submitted by Arthur - N1ORC

Expedition Six Loads Progress 9 with Trash

As the International Space Station sailed above Earth on Tuesday, the

Expedition Six crew began loading the Progress 9 cargo ship with trash.

IK1SLD – Thu, 2003 – 01 – 30 01:09

New Cargo Ship for the International Space Station

ISS News

Submitted by Arthur - N1ORC

The tenth Russian Progress resupply vehicle to the International Space Station is scheduled to dock at approximately 9:55 a.m. EST, Tuesday, Feb. 4.

IK1SLD – Thu, 2003 – 01 – 30 01:03

STS-107 Crewmembers Repair Mist

Space Shuttle

Submitted by Arthur - N1ORC

The STS-107 Red Team successfully repaired the Water Mist Fire Suppression Experiment on Tuesday. The experiment, which is also known as Mist, will be the third investigation to occur in the Combustion Module.

N1ORC – Wed, 2003 – 01 – 29 13:28
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