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Re: Re: Discovery Project: Which Mission Next?



laura halliday wrote:

> Like so many University projects, MOST started with enormous
> fanfare, and has since vanished from public view. Since
> the original writeup in the AMSAT Journal there hasn't been
> one damned thing in the Journal, nor on amsat-bb.

Hello Laura,

About two weeks ago the Project Scientist of MOST, Prof. Jaymie Matthews
gave a talk on the project at the Vienna University Observatory.
The project seems to be alive and well, he mentioned even a
amateur payload of 2kg. He didn't know any further details.
There is a homepage on MOST at the University of British Columbia:
http://www.astro.ubc.ca/MOST/
	Vy 73, Viktor, OE1VKW
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