NASA Re-Transmission Stations

The following is a list of amateur stations that may be re-transmitting NASA shuttle transmissions, etc. There's no guarantee that any of these stations will be active on any given launch. If you know of any updates or changes to this list, please let me know.   Good Luck!   Bill - N4UMS


StationOrg.VHF10m15m20m40m80m
W1AWARRL147.55528.067521.067514.04757.04753.5815
K6MFARC145.5857.1653.840
WA3NANGSFC147.45028.65021.39514.2957.185 3.860
W6VIOJPL224.08021.28014.2827.165
W5RRRJSC146.64028.49521.35014.2807.2273.850
AK8YLERC145.670 or 147.195
145.230
WB4FURSSC146.700
KA9SZX146.880
K4GCC146.940
WA4VME145.170

All frequencies are in MHz. Use FM on VHF, USB on 10-20m, LSB on 40-80m.
W1AW   - ARRL, Newington, CT (news bulletins, 9:45 PM and 12:45 AM EST)
K6MF   - NASA Ames Research Center (ARC), Moffett Field, CA
WA3NAN - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC), Greenbelt, MD
W6VIO  - NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), Pasadena, CA
W5RRR  - NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC), Houston, TX
AK8Y   - NASA Lewis Research Center (LERC), Cleveland, OH
WB4FUR - NASA Stennis Space Center (SSC), Hancock County, MS
KA9SZX - Champaign-Urbana, IL
K4GCC  - John Anderson, Titusville, FL (near or at Kennedy Space Center)
WA4VME - Melbourne, FL (near or at Kennedy Space Center)

AMSATs list of VHF and UHF repeaters in U.S. and Canada.

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