Archive - Jun 28, 2011

Space station crew evacuate

ISS News

From KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL.
The six-member crew of the International Space Station took shelter in two Russian Soyuz spacecraft early Tuesday because of a predicted close approach by an unknown piece of space debris. Radar tracking indicated the debris could pass within about 820 feet of the space station at 8:08 a.m. EDT (GMT-4), but no impact was detected and the crew was told to resume normal operations.

M0ODV – Tue, 2011 – 06 – 28 17:30

ISS Radio Report

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Nothing heard over Sheffield UK
davejw – Tue, 2011 – 06 – 28 17:25

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Nothing heard over Suwalki, POLAND.
SEJTO – Tue, 2011 – 06 – 28 13:58

ISS Radio Report

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Nothing heard over West Malaysia
9W2CEH – Tue, 2011 – 06 – 28 13:02