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May 30th, 2004

ISS Radio Report

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11 years 37 weeks ago
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ISS signal long time 30+ (great!!!!). 73's Cor PD0RKC
pd0rkc – Sun, 2004 – 05 – 30 12:44

May 29th

ISS Radio Report

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11 years 37 weeks ago
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Signals not great. Station may be in XPOP and blocking the antenna.
N5VHO – Sat, 2004 – 05 – 29 19:55

Remote Observatory

Remote Observatory
N9OEW – Sat, 2004 – 05 – 29 11:18

May 28th

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
11 years 37 weeks ago
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Stong signal, copied about 19 active stations.
kc9eci – Sat, 2004 – 05 – 29 02:00

ISS Radio Report

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11 years 37 weeks ago
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good signals today. 73's Cor PD0RKC
pd0rkc – Fri, 2004 – 05 – 28 20:59

May 27th

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
11 years 37 weeks ago
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-----5X9 SIGNAL-----WA9WEB-----
WA9WEB – Thu, 2004 – 05 – 27 18:48

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
11 years 37 weeks ago
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Status: 
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ISS is ACTIVE but verry WEAK signals. Also yesterday I receive the ISS with WEAK signals. PLEASE YOUR SIGNAL REPORTS!!!! 73's Cor PD0RKC
pd0rkc – Thu, 2004 – 05 – 27 18:35

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
11 years 37 weeks ago
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Status: 
ACTIVE
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(Time UTC) R:39 08:20 RS0ISS-11>CE3SOC>RR2,F R:06 08:21 RS0ISS-11>CE3SOC>I02,P,F0: Welcome to RS0ISS's message board System Ver 1.50 97760 Bytes free R:45 08:23 CE3DCJ/RS0ISS-3*>BEACON>UI,F0: GREETINGS FROM CHILE,FF46TR
LU6FPJ – Thu, 2004 – 05 – 27 11:55

ISS Radio Report

Date/Time: 
11 years 37 weeks ago
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(Time UTC) T:62 06:34 LU6FPJ>RS0ISS>DM,F T:62 06:44 RS0ISS>LU6FPJ>UI,P,F0: CQ..CQ * LU6FPJ * QTH S32ø58'20.5" - W60ø38'18.5" * lu6fpj@hotmail.com R:06 06:45 RS0ISS-11>LU6FPJ>I00,P,F0: Welcome to RS0ISS's message board System Ver 1.50 97854 Bytes free
LU6FPJ – Thu, 2004 – 05 – 27 11:53

Progress M-49 brings DVD's to the ISS

ISS News

Progress M-49, launched from Russia's Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, safely docked with the ISS at 13.55 GMT.

Other than ordinary food, water, fuel and other scientific gear the spacecraft carried DVD's for the ISS Commander Gennady Padalka.

iz6byy – Thu, 2004 – 05 – 27 11:33
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