STS-124 frequencies?>

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R1VINCE

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hey gang,
does anyone in N.Cal know repeater frequencies for the space shuttle launch rebroadcast that are current?
been looking on many-a-website and searching the vhf ham bands for something up to date. everything seems to be vintage info.
i live in fairfield/cordelia/vallejo area if that helps you help me.
ive been looking since STS-123 but cant confirm anything till the shuttle goes up(2:00pm our time, today, i think)
Thanks in advance!
 
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I usually check 147.195 here in Sacramento. Might be a reach for you, but who knows. They seem to be on a pretty strong broadcast signal on that freq. Good luck!
 

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thanks, Station81-
i listened this morning starting at 10am, then they went back to regular HAM traffic.
I did find another active freq.-->147.405, which has been documented on other sites-all of them have been on and off though. 147.405 is working for me now, though.
 

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R1VINCE said:
thanks, Station81-
i listened this morning starting at 10am, then they went back to regular HAM traffic.
I did find another active freq.-->147.405, which has been documented on other sites-all of them have been on and off though. 147.405 is working for me now, though.
145.585 used to work for the Bay Area (AMES rebroadcast from what I remember).

147.405 you mentioned is a Sacramento area freq.
 
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