MIKE FOALE EXPECTED TO BE ON THE AIR THIS WEEKEND
We have provided Mike a
list of potential passes for this weekend. These are shown below.
It is our expectation that Mike will probably concentrate on a couple of passes
The passes shown are
during the times that the ISS Ham radio team have been given permission to
schedule school group operations and general operations (i.e. within a
specified period when the crew is awake). We added an additional pass on
November 30 from which is outside these constraints. It is a
better pass for
To reiterate: depending on Mike's schedule, he hopes to be on the air for a couple of the passes shown.
Please don't forget the frequencies (see below).
Also, regarding the special event certificate---please do NOT send for it until you have received explicit QSL instructions from the ARISS team on this. We are in the process of developing and printing the certificate, so please hold off on sending in your QSL until we give you specific envelope size directions.
I wish you the best in your pursuits to contact the ISS. Remember, please be brief in your QSOs so we can get a lot of participation.
Frank Bauer, KA3HDO
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