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Huntsville, Alabama, otherwise known as the ROCKET CITY,is home to the Marshall Space Flight Center. It's major contribution to the space program was the development of the Saturn boosters that put man on the moon followed by the development of the engines for the Space Shuttle. Today it is the hub for distributing the payload science data recieved from the International Space Station to all our International Partners and principle investigators around the world. I am priviliged to work here.

Here is a link to a video of using Ham radio on the ISS.

Here is alink to a video tour of the ISS.

View from the ISS

I'm running a Yaesu 857D, Z-100Plus, FT-8800R, Signalink, HRD

Myantenna is a 6-40m New Carolina Windom 35 feet high.

 

Thank you for dropping by.73s and have a blessed day.

Hal.

 

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