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Ham Talk Live #92 -- NASA On the Air:

D Neil Rapp (WB9VPG) on December 4, 2017
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The next episode of Ham Talk Live! is truly out of this world! Join us Thursday night at 9 PM Eastern time when Dr. Rob Suggs, KB5EZ, from NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, and Peter Fetterer, KB3GTN from Goddard Space Flight Center will be here to take your questions about the year long operating event called NASA On the Air!

Tune into Ham Talk Live! Thursday night at 9 pm Eastern time by going to When the audio player indicates LIVE, just hit the play button! If you miss the show live, you can listen on demand 24/7/365.25 also at; or a podcast version is on nearly all podcast sites a few minutes after the live show is over. Some sites include Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Play, SoundCloud, and iHeart Podcasts; and it's also available on YouTube.

Be sure to CALL in with your questions and comments by calling 812-NET-HAM-1 live during the show, or by Skype. Our username is hamtalklive. You can also tweet your questions before or during the show to @HamTalkLive.

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Ham Talk Live #92 -- NASA On the Air  
by WB9VPG on December 5, 2017 Mail this to a friend!
Kevin Zari, KK4YEL from Kennedy Space Center, will also be on the show. Be sure to tune in and find out about NOTA!
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