Archive - Feb 19, 2008

If you use 50 watts or less, how much power do you typically use to work the ISS?

1 watt or less
0% (0 votes)
2-5 watts
16% (5 votes)
6-10 watts
13% (4 votes)
11-25 watts
23% (7 votes)
26-50 watts
48% (15 votes)
Total votes: 31
N5VHO – Tue, 2008 – 02 – 19 08:26

ARISS Status February 18, 2008

ARISS1. Upcoming School Contacts Robespierre Elementary School in Rueil Malmaison, France has been scheduled for an Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) contact on Thursday, February 21 at 14:21 UTC. Two hundred fifty-six students in grades 1-5 are enrolled at the school. ESA astronaut Léopold Eyharts, FX0STD/KE5FNO, plans to participate in this contact which will be conducted in French. An Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) contact is planned for College Reydellet in Saint-Denis, Ile de La Réunion on Monday, February 25 at 14:44 UTC. Approximately 550 students, ages 10-17, attend the school. Students contacted Victor Afanassiev on MIR from Tsup, Moscow in September 1999 and the College welcomed Victor Poliakov and Pavel Vinogradov who threw the space model from MIR, and Jean-Lou Chretien , Jean-Pierre and Claudie Haignere. ESA astronaut Léopold Eyharts, FX0STD/KE5FNO, plans to participate in this contact which will be conducted in French.
N5VHO – Tue, 2008 – 02 – 19 08:20
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