[amsat-bb] Re: Spacewalk From International Space Station Will Air On NASA TV
daleh at alaska.net
Thu Feb 10 17:45:35 PST 2011
On 2/10/2011 4:27 PM, Edward R. Cole wrote:
> 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
>> Clint, K6LCS
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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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This was scheduled. They connected to an external antenna to do some
checks prior to the actual launch on the 16th...
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