Archive - Jul 2003

July 20th

Guestbook

Message: 
Great site! Kudos to those who created/maintain it! I especially like the ISS Packet Radio feature to tell you whether the ISS Packet is up or not. To bad it's "Not Active" for the last several months!
Anonymous – Mon, 2003 – 07 – 21 02:29

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
11 years 18 weeks ago
Mode: 
PACKET
Status: 
NOT ACTIVE
Description: 
02:47 UTC, ELEVATION 88 NO PACKET & NO VOICE HEARD.
VA2VA – Mon, 2003 – 07 – 21 02:24

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
11 years 18 weeks ago
Mode: 
PACKET
Status: 
NOT ACTIVE
Description: 
0240Z, 31 Max Elevation NNW, No Packet & No Voice heard.
AF4YA – Mon, 2003 – 07 – 21 01:56

July 19th

Out-of-this-World Wedding De-Orbited?

ISS News

Plans for the long-distance wedding between Russian Cosmonaut Yuri Malenchenko, currently ensconced in the International Space Station (ISS), and his fiance, the earth-bound Ekaterina Dmitriev, appeared to have been grounded Friday

N1ORC – Sat, 2003 – 07 – 19 12:22

July 18th

ISS DAILY STATUS REPORT

ISS Status Report

Lu, Malenchenko Prepare for CSLM-2, Replace Battery Thursday was a day full of science and maintenance tasks aboard the International Space Station, and it also marked the 28th anniversary of the first link up of U.S. and Russian space vehicles.

N1ORC – Fri, 2003 – 07 – 18 14:04

July 17th

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
11 years 18 weeks ago
Mode: 
PACKET
Status: 
NOT ACTIVE
Description: 
04:05 UTC, ELEVATION 70 NO PACKET & NO VOICE HEARD. GREETINGS FROM MARIO.
VA2VA – Fri, 2003 – 07 – 18 03:07

July 16th

NASA SELECTS

Space News

NASA launched the 2003 Summer High School Apprenticeship Research Program (SHARP) after competitively selecting 340 students representing nearly every state, Puerto Rico, and St. Croix.
In June, NASA SHARP participants, chosen from a pool of more than 2,400 applicants, became apprentices to scientists and ngineers at agency centers and universities around the country.

N1ORC – Wed, 2003 – 07 – 16 10:35

UNIQUE VIEW OF HURRICANE CLAUDETTE FROM ISS

ISS Amateur Radio

International Space Station crewmembers are seeing Hurricane Claudette from a unique vantage point, 240 miles above the storm. They captured spectacular video of the storm as it was making landfall along the central Texas coast.

N1ORC – Wed, 2003 – 07 – 16 10:34

July 15th

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
11 years 18 weeks ago
Mode: 
PACKET
Status: 
NOT ACTIVE
Description: 
04:26 UTC, ELEVATION 77 NO PACKET & NO VOICE HEARD
VA2VA – Wed, 2003 – 07 – 16 03:25

July 12th

Crew 7 question

Crew 7 question

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