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Re: The Value of AMSAT-BB




On 1999-05-20 Timestep@dial.pipex.com said:
   >Cc: <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
   >Cambridge  England
   >Timestep@dial.pipex.com
   >Tel.  +44 1440 820040
   >Fax. +44 1440 820281
   >I think we would get far more on 1.2 and 2.4Ghz if there was a good
   >reliable elliptical orbit analogue satellite available.  I also
   >think the point is, that putting all the eggs in one basket was a
   >mistake.  Replace Oscar 13, why not ?  Universities seem to be able
   >to do almost anything, why not AMSAT.
   >Did not the ARRL run an editorial about amateur satellites being
   >the "best kept secret" ?
   >Dave
   >G4IUG
   >----

 They sure did, and they were right on the money too. Two very good
 satellite friends of mine hit the P3D fiasco right on the nose, they
 Left AMSAT after being members for over 15 years. Why?




terryb@bmts.com

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