Space Shuttle Comms

Space Shuttle Comms

Post by Mike Howa » Mon, 06 Feb 1995 21:23:49

Does anyone have any frequencies for HF comms from the shuttle which can
be heard in the UK?
Have been trying WA3NAN on 14.295 without any joy
 
 
 

Space Shuttle Comms

Post by Christopher Co » Tue, 07 Feb 1995 01:12:38


: Does anyone have any frequencies for HF comms from the shuttle which can
: be heard in the UK?
: Have been trying WA3NAN on 14.295 without any joy

Try ftp.funet.fi in the directory arrl/infoserver/tis for file
nasafreq.txt, this lists many of the frequencies (US) which are used for
Shuttle comms.
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Space Shuttle Comms

Post by David Alpe » Wed, 15 Feb 1995 18:17:41



frequencies  
>for HF comms from the shuttle which can  
>: be heard in the UK?
>: Have been trying WA3NAN on 14.295 without any joy  

I tried all the WA3NAN freqs during the mission with similar (non)results.
When I finally found time to call down to a NASA PIO it was late - and
found that due to budget cuts, they don't keep a Press/PR spokesperson
on-duty 24 hours/day during missions any more.  Believe it or don't!
-
David R. Alpert, KB2LUM
ABC News

 
 
 

Space Shuttle Comms

Post by Ted Vie » Wed, 15 Feb 1995 23:18:57

Strangely enough, I was able to follow the NASA audio on WA3NAN here in
Houston through much of the flight.  Most of the listening was on 7185
with some on 14295 and a little on 3860.  I say strangely because I have
never heard any of the local JSC shortwave relays.
Bye...  Ted..


writes:



>frequencies  
>>for HF comms from the shuttle which can  
>>: be heard in the UK?
>>: Have been trying WA3NAN on 14.295 without any joy  

>I tried all the WA3NAN freqs during the mission with similar
(non)results.
>When I finally found time to call down to a NASA PIO it was late - and
>found that due to budget cuts, they don't keep a Press/PR spokesperson
>on-duty 24 hours/day during missions any more.  Believe it or don't!
>-
>David R. Alpert, KB2LUM
>ABC News