[amsat-bb] Re: Spacewalk From International Space Station Will Air On NASA TV
Edward R. Cole
kl7uw at acsalaska.net
Thu Feb 10 17:27:43 PST 2011
At 02:59 PM 2/10/2011, Clint Bradford wrote:
>Confirming the time ...
>February 16, Wednesday
>7:45AM EASTERN / 4:45AM PACIFIC
>ISS Expedition 26 Russian Spacewalk Coverage
>Spacewalk begins at 8:15AM EASTERN / 5:15AM PACIFIC
>Johnson Space Center Public and Media Channels
>NASA TV: http://tinyurl.com/ARISSat1-deploy
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OK, asking a silly question but it isn't being launched for six more
days how can someone already copy the signal? Does it have a secret
time machine on board and zapped back from the future? Or is it
possible to pick up the signal form inside the ISS? Did they test it
or something? Or did the scheduled launch get bumped forward?
I told you it was a silly question!
BTW when I go to the tinyurl link a picture blips for a second and
then it tells me it is for NASA employees and not for the public.
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