November 22nd, 2002
LAUNCH: Nov. 23, 2002 - 01:15 UTC
DOCKING: Nov. 24, 2002 - 22:19 UTC
UNDOCKING: Dec. 1, 2002 - 20:10 UTC
LANDING: Dec. 3, 2002 - 20:07 UTC
Mission managers announced Wednesday night that Space Shuttle Endeavour's
robot arm can complete its objectives at the International Space Station
during STS-113. The arm was bruised....
List rs0iss-1 21-11-2002 22:47 utd
Leonid Meteor Shower:
New ISS crew:
Peggy Whitson KC5ZTD on voice:
By Miles Mann WF1F,
MAREX-NA (Manned Amateur Radio Experiment, North American Division)
List RS0ISS-1 Nov. 19, 2002 - 22:10 UTC
We have received an audio file about a contact between Valery and our member Jimmy Herrera, XE2MZS on November 13 at 06:03 UTC.
The conversation regarding the incoming Leonid meteor storm was prepared in MP3 and Realaudio files and you can find them here: Audio Files from Space
ANDE stands for Atmospheric Neutral Drag Experiment and is a 19" sphere with optical corner reflectors for precise orbit determination. The Naval Academy is building the Telemetry and command/communications payload for ANDE similar to what it is flying on the PCsat mission as both a means to transmit spacecraft Telemetry to the ground and to augment the interest of students worldwide by letting them capture telemetry and communicate via the satellite.
It has no solar power, so when the 7000 Watt Hours of batteries (112 Lithiums) die then it too will die (+- 700 days)
List RS0ISS-1 Nov. 19, 2002 - 05:33 UTC
NASA Science News for November 18, 2002
With millions of people watching, the International Space Station will glide over North America during the 2002 Leonid meteor storm.
List rs0iss-1 18-11-2002 23:07 utc