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Re: NOAA-16 heard well



On 21 Sept at 2005 tro 2020 UTC, a weather satellite was heard  very
loud and clear on 137.62 MHz.  I was not able to determine if this
was the newly launched bird from last night or some other.  Cliff K7RR


On Thu, 21 Sep 2000, Ash wrote:

> I know, just wondering if they assigned a frequency yet.
> NASA will release the satellite to NOAA in 10 days I think...
> 
> 
> marsgal42@hotmail.com wrote:
> 
> > In article <39CA3CBF.7E43F0D1@gravitywell.org>,
> >   Ash <ash@gravitywell.org> wrote:
> >
> > > yes but does anyone know the assigned frequency?
> > > should be 137.62 as only NOAA-14 uses that one, and NOAA-12 & NOAA-15
> > > uses 137.5 ?
> >
> > There won't be *any* frequency until they've checked the
> > satellite out and made sure it's working.
> >
> > In the interim I intend to listen to passes to see if I
> > hear anything. There are only two possible frequencies,
> > and as an afternoon satellite, 137.62 is the likely choice...
> >
> > Laura Halliday VE7LDH       "Que les nuages soient notre
> > Grid: CN89mg                 pied a terre..." - Hospital/Shafte
> >
> > Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/
> > Before you buy.
> 
> 
> 


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