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Default 10780 kHz: Cape Radio tests for Shuttle landing

10780 kHz: Cape Radio tests for Shuttle landing
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10780 kHz USB 1005z: "Cape Radio" test counts in preparation of using
the freq for the landing of Space Shuttle STS-118 orbiter later today.
(21Aug2007) (ALS).

AL STERN Satellite Beach FL
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