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Re: Active Wxsats?



Ed -

The new NOAA-K spacecraft also uses 137.5 MHz.

73, Ken N2WWD
http://www.mindspring.com/~n2wwd


At 23:40 7/13/98 -0400, you wrote:
>Hi, All:
>        Sorry for the bandwidth but can someone please tell me which 137
>MHz weather satellites are active and their frequencies? Lately, I have
>been seeing pics on 137.5 from what I thought was NOAA12. But, it seems to
>appear twice as often as it should and, after some sleuthing,   the
>occurrences seem to match the keps of NOAA15. If there is such a thing.
>Well, it IS in the keps. It sometimes seems to turn the cameras on in the
>middle of the pass. Interesting.
>        Also, what happened to the MET's? I get nothing on the 137.85,
>which used to be MET 3/5 and 2/1.  Are any still active over the US? Used
>to get some great pics from them.
>        And you guys thought I only spoke S-band and above :-)
>
>Thanks in advance,
>
>Ed K9EK (ex-KA9LNV)
>AMSAT S-Band and up nut
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Ken Ernandes
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