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Re: AO-10 status 26th Jun

From:           	K5OE@aol.com
Date sent:      	Sun, 27 Jun 1999 15:22:37 EDT
Subject:        	Re: [amsat-bb] AO-10 status 26th Jun
To:             	m-arai@din.or.jp, amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org

> Later on 27th, 0130 - 0500 it was deserted while over Pacific (apogee).  I
> did not even hear FD activity from hams in western US.  The Field Day

i don't think it was deserted, you just couldn't hear. i worked all my ao-10 
contacts from 0254z to 0358z on the 27th. half cw, half phone. in the mix 
were k5dx, al7le (alaska), n6paa, k9la, n6me and others. i really did not 
notice the fm'ing on any of my phone or cw contacts. maybe it affects the 
contact less as it reaches apogee.


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