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SUNSAT NOVEMBER SCHEDULE



SUNSAT SCHEDULE

NOTE:  On November 14 and 12:18 UTC there is mutual window between
Europe and the East Coast of the USA and Canada. See detail below.



Times are UTC.  Uplink is on 436.291 MHz plus and minus 9kHz Doppler
shift.  Downlink is on 145,825 MHz.


07 November 1999
Indonesia and Japan		01:52 to 02:06          
Africa				09:55 to 10:09          
Europe 				10:11 to 10:25         
Western USA			16:50 to 17:04         

13 November 1999
Australia, Indonesia, Far East	02:36 to 02:50          
Southern Africa 		09:13 to 09:27
Europe 				09:38 to 09:52         
USA				16:09 to 16:23

14 November
Australia			 01:54 to 02:08
Southern Africa			 08:33 to 08:47
Europe				 08:57 to 09:11          
Transatlantic			 12:18 to 12:30         

In the brief window from 12:18 to 12:30, it should be possible to make
Transatlantic Contacts between Eastern USA, Eastern Canada to Spain and
England.                                                              

20 November 1999
Australia			01:11 to 01:25
Southern Africa			09:31 to 09:45
Europe 				09:54 to 10:08          
USA				16:29 to 16:43

21 November 1999
Australia			02:11 to 02:25
Southern Africa			08:52 to 09:06
Europe 				09:15 to 09:29          
South America			13:54 to 14:08          

27 November 1999

Australia 			01:30 to 01:44  
Southern Africa			08:11 to 08:25
09:49 to 10:03
USA				16:47 to 17:01
1

The two consecutive passes over Southern Africa  coincide with the
Community festival in Durbanville where amateur radio will be on show.

28 November 1999 
Australia			00:50 to 01:04
Southern Africa			09:11 to 09:25
Europe				09:34 to 09:48       
South America			14:13 to 14:27     

PLEASE SHARE YOUR EXPERINECES WITH SUNSAT WITH US. Email:
saamsat@intekom.co.za

 

SUNSAT OPERATING AWARD

SA AMSAT has introduced a SUNSAT Operating Award to reward stations for
the number of contacts they have made with individual stations.

There are three categories: Bronze for 25 contacts. Silver for 50
contacts and Gold for 100 contacts. The objective is to work as many
different callsigns as possible with the restriction that only one
contact per pass may be claimed for the Award. No duplicate contacts are
allowed, a station qualifies only once.

To claim the award applicants must submit a copy of their log, verified
by the chairman of a local Radio Club or two Amateurs to SA AMSAT, P O
Box 1842, Hillcrest 3650 South Africa There will additional surprises
for the first 3 successful applications.

Short-wave Listeners may also apply for the award. Their logs must
include the callsigns of both  the stations monitored.

The cost of the award is $5 or 5IRC's to cover postage.


73

Hans

Thanks to Henry Chamberlain and the SUNSAT Team
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