Re: [Scoutradio] ISS operating during JOTA
- Cedric,The Soyuz replenishment rocket launches Oct. 18th and is scheduled to dock on Oct. 20th. The current crew will be swapped out. I suspect they'll all be very busy and will not have time for amateur radio. It's disappointing, since our groups have enjoyed contacts with the ISS, also.My comments based on info from http://www.amsat.org/amsat/ariss/news/arissnews.txt73, Frank KR1ZANGarland, TX----- Original Message -----From: Cedric WalkerSent: Thursday, October 09, 2003 9:49 PMSubject: [Scoutradio] ISS operating during JOTADoes anyone know whether the ISS crew might be operating on 2m
during any part of the JOTA weekend? They're making a 10+ minute
pass over New Orleans right in the middle of our operating time.
We were fortunate enough to work them two years ago and the scouts
are still talking about it.
Tx es 73 de Cedric, reply to k5cfw at arrl dot net
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