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ISS/PCSAT Joint operations Feb 2-10

ISS Amateur Radio

The International Space Station's amateur radio equipment is scheduled to temporarily change frequency to 145.825 simplex on Feb 2. The change will occur after the 12:54 UTC school contact with the Air Training Corps in Norfolk, England.

N5VHO – Mon, 2005 – 01 – 31 18:58

January 26th

ISS: EVA is under way

ISS News

ISS Expedition 10 commander Leroy Chiao and flight engineer Salizhan Sharipov are working outside the International Space Station to install new equipments. The spacewalk began today Jan. 26 at 07:43 UTC and is performed in Russian Orlan spacesuits. EVA should last about 5.5 hours.
Here you can see live all the event:

Realaudio
http://www.nasa.gov/ram/35037main_portal.ram

Windows Media Player
http://www.nasa.gov/55644main_NASATV_Windows.asx

IK1SLD – Wed, 2005 – 01 – 26 04:37

January 25th

ARISS Event -- Thu 27 Jan., Pinon Elementary School, New Mexico

ARISS

Scott H. Stevens, N3ASA:
The next ARISS contact by Expedition 10 aboard the International Space Station will be with students at Pinon Elementary School, White Rock,
New Mexico, USA on Thursday, 27 January 2005. The event is scheduled to begin at approximately 17:42 UTC.

This contact will be direct between stations NA1SS and NM5BB. It should be audible to anyone in the American southwest and Mexico area listening in on the 145.80 MHz downlink.

IK1SLD – Tue, 2005 – 01 – 25 04:29

January 18th

ARISS Event -- Tuesday, Robespierre - France

ARISS

Scott H. Stevens, N3ASA:
The next ARISS contact will be Robespierre, Rueil Malmaison, France direct via F6KFA.
Contact is a go for Tue 2005-01-18 16:55 UTC 69 deg

IK1SLD – Tue, 2005 – 01 – 18 07:04

January 12th

ARISS Event -- Thursday, John Baldwin Elementary School

ARISS

Scott H. Stevens, N3ASA:
The next ARISS contact by Expedition 10 aboard the International Space Station will be with students at John Baldwin Elementary School, Danville, California on Thursday, 13 January 2005. The event is scheduled to begin at approximately 18:28 UTC.

This contact will be a telebridge between stations NA1SS and VK5ZAI.....

IK1SLD – Wed, 2005 – 01 – 12 10:32

January 11th

Nova for Windows soon ready to download Space-Track data

Space News

Michael R.Owen, W9IP:

I am in the final phases of adding Space-Track automated logon/download capability to Nova for Windows. A ready-for-primetime version of Nova will be available in a few days. When finished, downloading of Keplerian elements will be as smooth and transparent for Space-Track.org as it is currently for Celestrak.com.
The new version of Nova will be announced here and on NLSA's web site http://www.nlsa.com

IK1SLD – Tue, 2005 – 01 – 11 13:25

Future availability of TLE Data

Space News

News from Dr. T.S. Kelso, TS.Kelso@celestrak.com:

(2005 January 11): According to the notice posted on the NASA/GSFC OIG web site yesterday (below), they will cease operation on 2005 March 31. CelesTrak will continue to disseminate TLEs until that date, but will be unable to do so starting April 1 (under the terms of US Public Law 108-136). If you have not done so already, I encourage you to obtain a Space Track account (http://www.space-track.org) as soon as possible in preparation for this transition. - TS

IK1SLD – Tue, 2005 – 01 – 11 13:25

January 6th

Friday Mori Elem. School - Hyogo, Japan

ARISS

Scott H. Stevens, N3ASA:
The next ARISS contact by Expedition 10 aboard the International Space Station will be with students at Mori Elementary School, Hyogo, Japan on Friday, 7 January 2005. The event is scheduled to begin at approximately 10:46 UTC.

IK1SLD – Thu, 2005 – 01 – 06 05:29

January 3rd

ISS EarthKAM Program Seeks Participants for February and April 2005 Missions

ISS News

ISS EarthKAM is recruiting middle school educators who would like to involve their students in an innovative and exciting NASA education program that gives students the opportunity to take images of Earth from the International Space Station. ISS EarthKAM picture taking missions are scheduled for February 1-4, 2005 and late April 2005.

Martos – Mon, 2005 – 01 – 03 20:34
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