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Re: Has anybody heard AO-10 lately ?



At 04:59 PM 8/16/2000 -0500, Jon Ogden wrote:
>While at apogee, AO-10 moves very, very little (at least it appears so).  At
>apogee, I have heard the signals rapidly change polarization several times
>over a several minute period.  If my beam is fixed on an object that to me
>is essentially not moving, I don't think it can be moving out of my main 
>beam...

You misunderstood what I said.

It is not the MOVEMENT of AO10 that is the issue.  It is the change in 
ORIENTATION of AO10 that I was discussing.  It is not moving out of your 
main beam, it is the main beam vs sidelobes vs backlobes of the SATELLITE'S 
ANTENNA that I was discussing.

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