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October 25th

NEW TWO-HAM CREW TAKES OVER ISS REINS

ISS Amateur Radio

The ARRL Letter and The American Radio Relay League report that the new two-ham crew of Expedition 8 Commander and NASA ISS Science Officer Mike Foale, KB5UAC, and Russian Cosmonaut and ISS Flight Engineer Alexander "Sasha" Kaleri, U8MIR, officially took over the reins of the
International Space Station this week. A formal change-of-command ceremony
took place Friday, October 24

ws8e – Sat, 2003 – 10 – 25 20:27

Significant Boost to Power

ISS Amateur Radio

The ARRL Letter and The American Radio Relay League report that during a Symposium, Amateur Radio on the International Space Station
(ARISS) Chairman Frank Bauer, KA3HDO, outlined the delivery of the
so-called Phase 2 ham equipment to the ISS. A Progress rocket already has
delivered a Kenwood TM-D700E VHF/UHF transceiver to the ISS. The unit will
mean a significant boost to the power output of the ARISS initial station
gear--from 5 W to 25 W.

ws8e – Sat, 2003 – 10 – 25 20:27

October 23rd

Packet Radio OFF-LINE

Miles Mann (MAREX-MG) reports on the SAREX newsletter that astronaut Mike Foale will fix the packet radio if he gets permission to integrate the repair in his work schedule.

Full story on the SAREX Mailing List

VA2VA – Thu, 2003 – 10 – 23 23:11

ISS Packet Radio is now ACTIVE

ZL2CIA reports on AMSAT-BB:

«The digipeater on the ISS seems to be working again. I heard my own packets (shown below) returned on 145.800.

VA2VA – Thu, 2003 – 10 – 23 17:34

Request for Increased Ham Radio Operation & Maintenance Aboard ISS

ISS Amateur Radio

ARISS Chairman, Frank Bauer, asks USA & Russian space agencies to increase ham radio operation and maintenance aboard ISS.
Visit ARRL Web site for full story

VA2VA – Thu, 2003 – 10 – 23 11:34

October 22nd

The first School Contact new crew

ARISS

The first ARISS School Contact to be performed by Pedro is with the Colegio CEIP of Seixalbo in Ourense, Spain on Thursday 23 October 2003 at 13:32 UTC, which is 15:32 local time.

Download frequency is 145.800 MHz FM. Amateur stations in southwestern Europe are invited to listen to Pedro, ED4ISS answering in Spanish the questions prepared by the children:

pe2jmr – Wed, 2003 – 10 – 22 23:32