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RE: a tmsat file for who can decode it

The file you have downloaded is a thumb image from the wide angle camera.
If I remember correctly this image is over the Bahamas.

The image is 142 x 146 pixels (At least that's what I'm using the look at it
- other doc I've got sais it is 152x144).

The large images (1040495 bytes) are the narrow angle camera images.  I hope
to post some of the processed images to the web page in the next day or so.
These are really quite spectacular 100m multispectral images, and are worthy
of more than a quick look.  Unfortunately they take a long time to download
and so we may switch to 38k4 for some passes at some stage soon.

Chris Jackson G7UPN / ZL2TPO
Groundstation and Operations Manager
Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd
University of Surrey
Guildford, Surrey GU2 5HX,  UK 
Ph: +44 1483 259-141
Fax: +44 1483 259-503

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> From: 	Reyners[SMTP:Reyners@village.uunet.be]
> Sent: 	08 September 1998 20:29
> To: 	amsat-bb
> Subject: 	[amsat-bb] a tmsat file for who can decode it
> <<File: Tm011200.imt>>
> hi all
> this file i captured by coincedence while G0SUL, surrey university
> groundstation, was commanding
> tmsat. They also seem to capture large files of over 1Mb.
> The file appended to this msg was put into the images directory of WISP.
> This file is also put in the dir of KO-25.
> I'm curious if this is an image file. Can anyone process it?
> I also keep TLM of tmsat but i can't process it either. I use WINTEL.
> 73 de ON1DLL  -  Dirk
> e-mail :  ON1DLL@AMSAT.ORG
> packet: ON1DLL@ON5VL.#LG.BEL
> satmail: AO-16/KO-23/KO-25  
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