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« on: February 13, 2014, 12:31:50 PM »

For the last two days I've run into what sounds like flight testing on 229.000 MHz.
Yesterday an aircraft, callsign PROJECT,  started with a cuban eight maneuver then called remaining fuel. He did a total of 10 maneuvers, each time calling out fuel. Then he was done.
Today same aircraft was talking about 'max roll', taking about reviewing tapes, and a lot of talk about gimbles.

I believe this is a frequency used by NASA, and I"m about 30 miles north of Kennedy Space Center.

I've included the 2 recordings, what do you think?

George
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