Live NASA & CAP Comms for Shuttle Launch

Live NASA & CAP Comms for Shuttle Launch

Post by George » Fri, 07 Jun 2002 01:04:35

The shuttle is due to launch today at 17:22:48 EDT. I have a scanner
online broadcasting Kennedy Space Center freqs from security, fire,
launch support as well as the STA (Shuttle Training Aircraft).

Also included in this scan are the Combat Air Patrol freqs of the
fighter patroling the skies over the Space Center.

Closer to launch time I'll lock the scanner to 126.6500, the freq used
by the STA. About 1 hour before launch the STA will fly approaches to
the shuttle runway as well as climb and measure the cloud heights.
99% of the time it will be from data he reports which will lead to
scrubbing a launch.

I'm located about 40 miles from Pad 39-A and can pick up most of the
comms pretty well. It should make for some interesting scanner.

To listen go to http://www.MilAirComms.com and scroll down until you
see the section "LIVE AUDIO! Daytona Beach FL".

Have fun,
George
http://www.MilAirComms.com <- HF, VHF, UHF Military freqs and more!

 
 
 

Live NASA & CAP Comms for Shuttle Launch

Post by Joseph Brzezinsk » Fri, 07 Jun 2002 03:39:25




Quote:> The shuttle is due to launch today at 17:22:48 EDT. I have a scanner
> online broadcasting Kennedy Space Center freqs from security, fire,
> launch support as well as the STA (Shuttle Training Aircraft).

> Also included in this scan are the Combat Air Patrol freqs of the
> fighter patroling the skies over the Space Center.

> Closer to launch time I'll lock the scanner to 126.6500, the freq used
> by the STA. About 1 hour before launch the STA will fly approaches to
> the shuttle runway as well as climb and measure the cloud heights.
> 99% of the time it will be from data he reports which will lead to
> scrubbing a launch.

> I'm located about 40 miles from Pad 39-A and can pick up most of the
> comms pretty well. It should make for some interesting scanner.

> To listen go to http://www.MilAirComms.com and scroll down until you
> see the section "LIVE AUDIO! Daytona Beach FL".

> Have fun,
> George
> http://www.MilAirComms.com <- HF, VHF, UHF Military freqs and more!

It wasn't working for me.  unable to connect, or not transmitting.  I d/l
the software and such, but, nothing.

breezyjr

 
 
 

Live NASA & CAP Comms for Shuttle Launch

Post by George » Fri, 07 Jun 2002 03:53:05

Did you try rebooting your computer?   We've been transmitting and have
25 listeners at this very moment.

I once had problems on Windows XP that it couldn't connect however a
reboot solved the problem.

George
http://www.MilAirComms.com <-HF VHF UHF Military Freq and LIVE AUDIO

 
 
 

Live NASA & CAP Comms for Shuttle Launch

Post by Troy Walte » Fri, 07 Jun 2002 04:13:52

Do you have a direct link you could post?  The java link on your webpage is
not working for me.

Thanks

Twalt


Quote:

> Did you try rebooting your computer?   We've been transmitting and have
> 25 listeners at this very moment.

> I once had problems on Windows XP that it couldn't connect however a
> reboot solved the problem.

> George
> http://www.MilAirComms.com <-HF VHF UHF Military Freq and LIVE AUDIO

 
 
 

Live NASA & CAP Comms for Shuttle Launch

Post by Joseph Brzezinsk » Fri, 07 Jun 2002 04:50:27



> Do you have a direct link you could post?  The java link on your
> webpage is not working for me.

> Thanks

> Twalt



>> Did you try rebooting your computer?   We've been transmitting and
>> have 25 listeners at this very moment.

>> I once had problems on Windows XP that it couldn't connect however a
>> reboot solved the problem.

>> George
>> http://www.MilAirComms.com <-HF VHF UHF Military Freq and LIVE AUDIO

try live365.com then type in daytona in the search field.
You also can't use netscape 6.2, at least I couldn't, I had to go back to
4.7.

And, rebooting wouldn't work.  It just says you're not transmitting....But,
what's the harm in trying.

breezyjr (joe)

 
 
 

Live NASA & CAP Comms for Shuttle Launch

Post by George » Fri, 07 Jun 2002 04:56:37

Quote:

> try live365.com then type in daytona in the search field.
> You also can't use netscape 6.2, at least I couldn't, I had to go back to
> 4.7.

> And, rebooting wouldn't work.  It just says you're not transmitting....But,
> what's the harm in trying.

> breezyjr (joe)

Another idea would be to try Internet Explorer.  I just tired it with
the IE and it worked with that as well.

Thanks,
George
http://www.MilAirComms.com

 
 
 

Live NASA & CAP Comms for Shuttle Launch

Post by George » Fri, 07 Jun 2002 04:59:09


>> try live365.com then type in daytona in the search field.
>> You also can't use netscape 6.2, at least I couldn't, I had to go back
>> to 4.7.

>> And, rebooting wouldn't work.  It just says you're not
>> transmitting....But, what's the harm in trying.

>> breezyjr (joe)

> Now you're listening to the Shuttle Training Aircraft doing it weather evaulations as well as its "Dives" to both runnways, Runway 15 and Runway 33.   For those local enough to the area you can pick this up on 126.6500.

George
http://www.MilAirComms.com
 
 
 

Live NASA & CAP Comms for Shuttle Launch

Post by Joseph Brzezinsk » Fri, 07 Jun 2002 07:15:02

Missed the whole thing.....Thought it was at 1744, not 1722....doh!

 
 
 

Live NASA & CAP Comms for Shuttle Launch

Post by Cabal | CnCWorld.or » Fri, 07 Jun 2002 19:43:44

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/iss_shuttle/
that could be useful for you


Quote:

> Missed the whole thing.....Thought it was at 1744, not 1722....doh!