Thanks once again to Chris Huber, N6ICW for providing the excellent quality audio feed for the Space Shuttle audio on IRLP Reflector 9877.
Also thanks to Matt Sturtz KB0KZR for being "on-call" for backup audio feed duties and having built a backup audio feed in case of problems with Chris' system in California, to be used if needed.
The IRLP Reflector channel has been placed back into 2-way communications mode, and will be available for comments/discussion, etc...
Of course, Chris is still feeding the after-landing audio at this time so any comments/etc will have to "share" with the audio uplink feed until it is disabled.
It looks like once again that the landings and launches are the most popular phases of flight (of course): http://www.natetech.com/munin/irlp.net/ref9870.irlp.net-if_eth1.html
(The large gap in the bandwidth/telemetry data last night is due to a lockup/failure of the monitoring server, not the Reflector.)
Congratulations to STS-120 and Commander Pam Melroy for an excellent flight, and some very interesting on-orbit repair work of a damaged solar array. Quite impressive!
73, -- Nate Duehr, WY0X [email protected]