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RE: Listen for Beacon



Wow, where can I clear the air.

Ok, so how many Ham sats got launched?  Are they all ejected?  I found no
mention of any frequencies on any of those page, and some of the links are
broken.

Hope you don't mind, can you give me the quick overview and timetables.
There was a mention of Stensat and something else that would be ejected in a
couple of days after launch, but I can't find any status.

How do you get connected to the status information or does it only exist in
the "inside" circles right now?

I'm going to copy this to the amsat-bb as well, maybe someone else will
chime in.

I'm not trying to be a pain in the butt, I'm just very curious, there was a
request for help, but I'm just a little ole ham in Atlanta, and wanting very
much to understand what "help" means and how to do that.  At this point.  I
need information and I can't seem to find it.  There seems to be a question
about frequencies, etc.  Like is 437.1 opal or something else?

Thanks tons in advance.
Alan

-----Original Message-----
From: Bob Twiggs [mailto:btwiggs@leland.Stanford.EDU]
Sent: Thursday, January 27, 2000 12:15 PM
To: Adamson, Alan
Subject: RE: [amsat-bb] Listen for Beacon


Alan;

Here is a web site that has lots of links to the payload pages.

          http://cast.weber.edu/jawsat/jawsat.html

Bob


At 11:32 AM 1/27/00 -0500, you wrote:
 >Bob,
 >
 >Where can a person find all the frequencies that they are suppose to listen
 >to?  Is there one clearing house for this stuff??
 >
 >Thanks in advance,
 >Alan
 >
 >-----Original Message-----
 >From: owner-AMSAT-BB@AMSAT.Org [mailto:owner-AMSAT-BB@AMSAT.Org]On
 >Behalf Of Bob Twiggs
 >Sent: Wednesday, January 26, 2000 11:14 PM
 >To: amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org
 >Cc: James William Cutler; gregory hutchins
 >Subject: [amsat-bb] Listen for Beacon
 >
 >
 >The launch of  JAWSAT, ASUSAT-1, Falconsat and OPAL are on scheduled for
 >7pm PST from Vandenberg AFB, CA tonight.  They will be in a polar, sun
 >synch orbits, approx. 750km.
 >
 >We would like to request that all amateurs that can, listen for the beacon
 >on OPAL and report any contact via e-mail to:
 >James William Cutler <jwc@leland.Stanford.EDU>
 >gregory hutchins <gmh@leland.Stanford.EDU>
 >btwiggs@leland.stanford.edu
 >If you would like to call the Stanford University ground station, the
 >number is:
 >
 >          650/725-6794
 >
 >The OPAL beacon is at low power on the frequency 437.100 MHz, AX.25 with
 >the message:
 >
 >          OPAL - time, some data
 >
 >Thanks for your help here.  We also want to thank AMSAT-NA  and a lot of
 >other fine people for all their support to our students on the project.
 >
 >Thanks
 >Bob - KE6QMD
 >
 >
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