17th Years of Action Birthday Party :(Thursday 15th August 2019) Radio Spaceshuttle

17th Years of Action Birthday Party :(Thursday 15th August 2019):

Hi, Radio Spaceshuttle has lived quite silent times during the year 2018 and beginning of 2019.

Now we have had two test transmissions during last days and will run our 17th Birthday Party program today on 9290 kHz

So we try to start around 19 hours UTC (Thats 20 hours in British Isles, 21 hours in Western Europe and 22 hours in Eastern Europe).

Start will be few minutes past the hour…. You can see when we are there if any conditions excist on 31 mb.

Reports are very welcome to spaceshuttleradio@yahoo.com e-mail! Verifications will be sent during Friday 16th of August. So be quick!

Last One Night in Bankok is our motto today!

Best greetings from Radio Spaceshuttle


Atlantic 2000 International 6070 Khz August 2019

Atlantic 2000 International will be on air on 6070 kHz via Rohrbach,Germany, Saturday 10 of August 0800-0900 and and Sudany 11 of August

1900-2000 UTC.

We will be on the air on August 10th and 11th :

Radio Andorra was a legendary radio station, transmitting on mediumwave and shortwave from 1939 to 1981, from the Principality of Andorra, a small country between France and Spain.

The station was officially launch the 7th of August 1939.

To celebrate the 80 years of this launch, Atlantic 2000 will transmit a special tribute programme on Saturday, August 10th, from 08:00 to 09:00 UTC on 6070 kHz and online.

From 09:00 to 11:00 UTC, online only, we will repeat the tribute to Radio Andorra that we transmitted in 2009, for the 70th anniversary of Radio


Atlantic 2000 will be on the air again on Sunday 11th of August from 19:00 to 20:00 UTC with music and dedications, on 6070 kHz and online.

Good listening

Visit our website: http://radioatlantic2000.free.fr

Listen to our Podcasts and follow us: https://www.mixcloud.com/atlantic2000

FRS Holland Repeat August 2019

Dear FRS Friend,

Last Sunday's FRS broadcast suffered from instable propagation conditions.
Some might have enjoyed good reception whereas others' reception was poor.
It is commonly known that SW conditions have been poor. Not only during daytime
but also sometimes during evening.
Last Sunday we were received in Cyprus and Mexico (not via SDR) while reception
in areas where 7700 is almost always satisfactory, was poor. Apart from the final 60 min.
when the first show (Bert van Leer) was repeated; that was between 23:00-23:50 CEST.
During that time 7700 was very strong and also 5810 did well.

There might be a repeat next Sunday August 4th or August 11th. At this moment things
are uncertain. But it's worth while to tune in and give it a try! Same time schedule and same
freqs being 7700//5810 kHz. Details are still to be read on our site:

Remember there are streams planned for next Thursday, Saturday & Sunday (twice!).
FRS' 39th anniversary will be celebrated on Sunday Sept. 1st. Details will follow in the course
of August.

73s, Peter V. on behalf of the FRS team