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Re: PANSAT Interest?

Try the Petite Amateur Navy Satellite (PANSAT) web site at the
Naval Postgraduate School <http://www.sp.nps.navy.mil/pansat/>.  
While there, see <http://www.sp.nps.navy.mil/pansat/panops.html> 
about operations and <http://www.sp.nps.navy.mil/pansat/panfaq.html> 
for the PANSAT FAQ.  

PANSAT is flying on our IEH-3 bridge on today's STS-95 mission.  
You can also check our web site at <http://sspp/hh/ieh3/index.html> 
for some general information.  

Of course don't miss <http://amsat.org/amsat/sats/n7hpr/future.html> 
and <http://amsat.org/amsat/news.html> at the AMSAT web site.  



At 10:08 AM 10/29/98 +0000, John Melton - Sun UK - ENS wrote:
>There is some interest in this satellite.  The problem is that there has not 
>been enough information published to allow anyone to build a system to
work >the satellite.
>-- John Melton  n6lyt/g0orx
>> To: "'amsat-bb@amsat.org'" <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
>> Subject: [amsat-bb] PANSAT Interest?
>> I have read some about the PANSAT satellite aboard this shuttle mission. 
>>  It is a SS pacsat device in the 70cm band.  I am surprised this has not 
>> caused any interest with this group.  Has anyone looked into this and who 
>> is going to use it.  They say it is open to HAMS....

Patrick L. Kilroy                                          (ex-743)
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