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Space Suttle Discovery is scheduled to blast off to the International Space Station at 6:21 a.m. April 5, from Kennedy Space Center. This is the 131st shuttle mission, with only 3 left after this flight.
 

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The current administration will not support the moon program so we are dead in the water after the last flight.
 

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There's talk of adding a couple more now. But nothing for sure.
 

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Don't forget! If you're within those circles shown on the visibility map in the previous post, you should be able to copy some of the shuttle transmissions on 259.7 Mhz AM. I know I've copied quite a bit in the past from here in Eastern NC with simple equipment.
 

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Don't forget! If you're within those circles shown on the visibility map in the previous post, you should be able to copy some of the shuttle transmissions on 259.7 Mhz AM. I know I've copied quite a bit in the past from here in Eastern NC with simple equipment.

I have about all my NASA frequencies programmed! I'm in the North Georgia mountains now, I just got a new Pro-164, hopefully I can hear something.

Recived freqs. from Military Comms Monitoring. HF VHF UHF
 

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Space Shuttle Discovery STS-131 is now in the process of fueling up it's external tanks. It is scheduled for liftoff at 6:21 AM EST.
Off by an hour... It's 6:21am EDT (most of the US uses Daylight Saving Time.)
 
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