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RE: AO-10 Pass



That's not unusual. AO-10 cruises out more than 20,000 miles and back again
and from here, it appears to more or less "park" over one part of the planet
for the time it takes to get out there and back. Problem is, it takes some
horsepower to reach it way out there assuming it's working at all which it
may or may not be. Yesterday, it was audible but just barely. It would be
difficult holding a CW QSO through it. SSB would not be possible.

73...Mark - KB3CWS

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-AMSAT-BB@AMSAT.Org [mailto:owner-AMSAT-BB@AMSAT.Org]On
Behalf Of David M. Tipton, PhD
Sent: Friday, June 02, 2000 7:41 PM
To: amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org
Subject: [amsat-bb] AO-10 Pass


I just looked up a prediction for tonights AO-10 Pass, and it said that it
was going to last for 3 hours.  Can this be true???  How often do we get
passes like that?

Dave, N8KXA

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