Russian comms 1 march 2011 16.45h

Today, 1 march 2011 during the pass south of The Netherlands 16.45h there was again l/c Russian voice
at 143.6250.
Recording: http://members.ziggo.nl/janosmail/01maart2011.wav

Janos13 – Tue, 2011 – 03 – 01 13:04

Nice and clear!

Very good recording!

Submitted by VA3PAW on Sat, 2011-03-05 03:22.

Translate

Thanks, can you translate it a little ?

Submitted by Janos13 on Sat, 2011-03-05 06:06.

translation

0:01 Control Center, Moscow... ISS... UHF-1
0:06 Can you hear us?
00:16 Well.. UHF... came um... to check the link..
00:22 And a question..
00:26 So we took out the sleeve nut on CSM-9 but it does not go any further of course.. We have doubts regarding applying a force; it needs rocking... rocking slightly.. the cap is thin..
00:52 ??
00:54 so we are rocking slightly but the gap.. we see that when rocking it appears.. the hair-thin or so.. generally speaking, nothing you could put under.. no, not working out
01:11 so if something hard like a screwdriver.. and then press it out gradually...
01:22 stays in place
01:40 well yes, it's understood... rocking
01:54 and when slowly.. ??? ... nothing.. it does not even notice itself.. the movement..
02:10 and here.. ??? (static)
02:17 hexahedron.. is this a molded nut? or it was simply an idea like that ... ??? ...
02:27 so, there, indeed, was ??? (static)
02:37 ?? so this signal.. where this, well, tube is inserted.. so it looks like it is molded
02:48 so it's not even worth to try to twist her..
02:52 (other party): yes..
02:55 (other party): don't.. not her..
02:56 understood. so then she's only to hold back the joint during the tightening the sleeve nut..
03:03 understood.. that's good.

Submitted by VA3PAW on Sat, 2011-03-05 20:55.

Thanks !!!

Thank you very much !!!!

Submitted by Janos13 on Sun, 2011-03-06 04:52.

You are welcome!

Looks like there are lots of repairs and maintenance going on! ;-)
What gear do you use for receiving/recording the transmissions?

Submitted by VA3PAW on Tue, 2011-03-08 18:32.