Archive - Dec 19, 2008

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
5 years 16 weeks ago
Mode: 
PACKET
Status: 
ACTIVE
Description: 
copiado wp3pk y yv5mm fuerte señal sobre venezuela 145825
yy6kwd – Fri, 2008 – 12 – 19 20:11

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
5 years 16 weeks ago
Mode: 
PACKET
Status: 
ACTIVE
Description: 
ORBIT 57774 - HRD YV5KXE-4 - WP3PK - RS0ISS-4 .-- NOTHING UP.- 18:55 UTC. 73 DE Manuel .- SALUDOS WALTER
YV5MM – Fri, 2008 – 12 – 19 20:10

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
5 years 16 weeks ago
Mode: 
PACKET
Status: 
ACTIVE
Description: 
1850 UTC - Packet beacon active but uplink blocked by Russian VHF test.
N5VHO – Fri, 2008 – 12 – 19 20:06

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
5 years 16 weeks ago
Mode: 
VOICE
Status: 
ACTIVE
Description: 
1850 UTC - 143.625 communications over N. America with Sandy calling Houston.
N5VHO – Fri, 2008 – 12 – 19 20:05

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
5 years 16 weeks ago
Mode: 
PACKET
Status: 
ACTIVE
Description: 
Active at 17:05utc on 145.825mhz/1200baud over Northwestern US, grid CN84
AI7W – Fri, 2008 – 12 – 19 18:17

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
5 years 16 weeks ago
Mode: 
PACKET
Status: 
ACTIVE
Description: 
APRS over spain. OK.
EA7HFG – Fri, 2008 – 12 – 19 15:23

Space Station Crew Marks 40th Anniversary of First Human Moon Trip

Space News

HOUSTON -- The International Space Station crew, paving the way for NASA's return to the moon, will honor the first humans to journey there 40 years ago with a special message.

Expedition 18 Commander Mike Fincke and Flight Engineers Sandy Magnus and Yury Lonchakov will pay homage to that bold December 1968 voyage in a message that will air on NASA Television as part of the daily Video File, beginning at 11 a.m. CST, Friday, Dec. 19. The video also will be broadcast in high definition on the NASA TV HD channel at 10 a.m., noon and 3 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 19, and Tuesday, Dec. 23.

Apollo 8 astronauts Frank Borman, Jim Lovell and Bill Anders roared into space on the first flight of the massive Saturn V rocket on Dec. 21, 1968. They became the first humans to circumnavigate the moon on Dec. 24, 1968, and returned safely to Earth three days later. Their mission demonstrated the ability of the Saturn V and the Apollo command and service modules to cross the 238,000-mile gulf between Earth and the moon, and set the stage for the first human lunar landing six months later.

N5VHO – Fri, 2008 – 12 – 19 14:43

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
5 years 16 weeks ago
Mode: 
PACKET
Status: 
ACTIVE
Description:&n