[FPSPACE] Lack of Russian world-wide space comm --impacton I
DEMPSEY, ROBERT C. (JSC-DF23) (NASA)
robert.c.dempsey at nasa.gov
Thu Mar 24 11:47:29 EST 2005
Nope - been there since the beginning. We can also Ku uplink files but that
is not real-time. One reason is that it is a subset - I do not know all
that is in there, though I think I have heard in the future it might expand
to everything. For Shuttle dockings grounds sites are not required, but
nice to have.
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[mailto:fpspace-bounces at friends-partners.org] On Behalf Of David Anderman
Sent: Thursday, March 24, 2005 10:43 AM
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Subject: RE: [FPSPACE] Lack of Russian world-wide space comm --impacton I SS
Is this new? If not, why have the Russians required that dockings take
place over Russian ground stations?
At 08:40 AM 3/24/2005, DEMPSEY, ROBERT C. (JSC-DF23) (NASA) wrote:
>The Russians have a subset of telemetry and full command capability via
>the USOS S-Band system.
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