Radio Spaceshuttle International: another attempt at a final broadcast

QSL20150524

I just received word from Dick at Radio Spaceshuttle International. Last week, they had technical difficulties which prevented them from transmitting their final broadcast.

Fortunately, RSI is making a third(!) attempt to get the show on the air. Dick has informed me that Radio Spaceshuttle International will broadcast tomorrow (Sunday) September 20 from 19:00-20:00 UTC on 13,600 kHz.

By the way, I asked Dick why he was leaving the air. He told me that it’s simply a matter of time–something he has in short supply right now. Will RSI return to the air sometime in the future? Dick responds:

So, I shall not say final goodbyes…. Hopefully Radio Spaceshuttle will return “on some sunny weekend”

Very good.  We’ll be listening! Speaking of which, I will make an effort to hear the RSI broadcast tomorrow, State side, if propagation is in my favor.

Let’s hope the third time is the charm!

Spread the radio love

2 thoughts on “Radio Spaceshuttle International: another attempt at a final broadcast

  1. Harald DL1ABJ

    This just came in from Tom Taylor of European Music Radio:

    “Unfortunately the IRRS had a major technical fault on there Continental
    Short Wave Transmitter on Friday that hopefully will be repaired next week.”

    Hopefully Radio Spaceshuttle does not use the same facilitiy…

    Reply
  2. Harald DL1ABJ

    I am sure he will be back on shortwave. I have heard “last transmissions” from Radio Spaceshuttle before 🙂 Dick is a real radio man.

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.