We can be certain that the STS133 crew is anxious to get on with their job, but safety comes first. We wish them a successful mission…
Currently the schedule only says “..not before December 17“.
Even with recent launch delays, our club members have been fairly active on the bands with our special event station. We have gotten behind in posting results, so this is a bit of catching-up. Here you see Andy – KJ4WIN making contacts.
On 8 Nov, Dusty – W4FSH worked (on 20m) :
n2det, kd8sad, n3ppe, n4okl, w2ckl, ve3axw, kb1tsg, ka0tzx, n2rca, k1hap, n5ech, n2usm, kc2uml, ab8lo, n2yn, kc9noj, w3fj, ve3xn, ve3ic, wa3zic, w6jry, w3erh, w2ddi, wb0ukl, k3dre, kd3uoa, ve1rec, kw3jjk, kd0bwi, kc2pqi, ke5dfk, kf5flq, w4mcx, ki4oxp, w1hio, kp4agw, kb1rng, kb1gjn, n3his
On 8 Nov, Craig – KJ4LAA worked (on 40m) :
n5ajk, n4plr, kc9pkx, kb9pbz, w3fj, n8dod, kj4yea, va3vet, k4anx, n4sc, k4mij, n7yp, wb8ctc, n4iat, kf4nbd, wb3izf, w0ds, w4qj, wd8rwi, kc2pqi, n5wyn, k8jrg, kc8dku, ka9mps, kb3phl, kd8jxp, wb0ukl
On 9 Nov, John – KI4WLY worked (on 20m) :
wa2znc, kc2gyt, n8yh, kc2wtn, ac2aj, kc4wuo, w1veh, kb1hsa
On 9 Nov, Craig – KJ4LAA worked (on 40m) :
w4ccq, k4bro, w8wg, ki4ocx, kf4uga, ve3edy, wb4vhf, n8eeg, n2cmd, kc4zb, k4zj, w7sac/4, n8ubz, w4ilc, kw8ut, wa3gfm, n4jj, kr9e, w8nlz, k4bg, w9uf, n8ohb, n0cwr, k1sma, w9skv, kc8ovb
On 15 Nov, Craig – KJ4LAA worked (on 40m) :
ks4fe, k4vw, kd4hxs, kc4par, wd8phv, wa2vuy, kc9mti, k9mbb, kj4ucs, kg4eip, kf5aeq, wa0gpf, n5roc
* and* on 147 MHz : wa4syi, n5roc
We will continue to operate and update as we can.
Thanks everyone for the enthusiasm and interest in the human space flight program. We really enjoy hearing from everyone, it is amazing how many folks have either worked in this industry, or have relatives or freiends that have been connected with the space program over the 50 years of NASA.
73 for now.