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[Fwd: Ham operators will get to help NASA with space experiment] Just slightly off-topic



Ladies and Gentlemen, here is a good opportunity for many of us.

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NASA Science News wrote:

> NASA Space Science News for November 4, 1999
>
> Last flight for veteran will boost new propulsion concept: Ham radio
> operators can help NASA collect and analyze data from a satellite
> scheduled for launch Nov. 19. Data from the Plasma Experiment Satellite
> Test will be used in designing an advanced propulsion system that plugs
> into the Earth's magnetosphere. Full Story at
>
> <http://science.nasa.gov/newhome/headlines/ast04nov99_1.htm>
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