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Ronald Armstrong ve2jor at videotron.ca
Sun May 25 18:51:46 UTC 2008


Drew Baxter a écrit :
> Discovery's Science Channel (and Science HD) will be doing coverage 
> from 7p to 9p Eastern tonight too, live feeds, etc.
>
> Michel Fournier might be jumping out of a pressurized capsule from 25 
> miles above the Earth around midnight-ish too, though he's tried to do 
> this a few times and had technical problems preventing it.
> http://gizmodo.com/393142/frenchman-plummeting-25-miles-from-the-sky-will-break-sound-barrier-world-records 
>
>
> He's supposedly going to have GPS onboard and some sort of radio, but 
> I'm kinda doubting it's APRS.  Shame really, that would've been great 
> advertising.. :)
>
> ---Droo, K1XVM
>
> At 01:03 PM 5/25/2008, Scott Miller wrote:
>
>> On a completely unrelated subject, don't forget - Mars Phoenix lands 
>> (well, hopefully) today.  Live coverage on NASA TV.
>>
>> Scott
>> N1VG
>
>
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There will be an APRS tracker on 144.39 and the callsing  will be 
F6FAO-11 and if
the WX permit the launch will be 4:00 AM North Battleford Saskatchawan 
Canada
6:00 Am on the east coast.
Here is there web saite http://www.legrandsaut.org/index.php?lang=eng

Ronald
VE2JOR





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