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Re: is there an schedule of event for after the lauch of P3D?


Thanks very much for the information you provided.  However, I don't 
subscribe to magazines like this, at this point.  (not QST, 73, or 
AmsatJ...) and I'm sure they're great for this sort of thing...

What I'm looking for is detail that can be found for FREE ;-)  Why should I 
have to buy a magazine to get a schedule on the events planned for P3D?  
Although I'm sure all the printed info in these mags has been wonderful...

I am wondering why the info is not being published on the web someplace 
where we can get at it....?  If it is there, where ?

Tim Havens

>From: "Russ Tillman" <k5nrk@canufly.net>
>To: "purl noid" <purlnoid2k@hotmail.com>
>CC: <amsat-bb@amsat.org>
>Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] is there an schedule of event for after the lauch 
>of P3D?
>Date: Tue, 3 Oct 2000 16:43:09 -0500
>Hi Tim:
>See the Jul/Aug 2000 issue of The AMSAT Journal for an article by Peter
>Guelzow, DB2OS' in which he describes the results of a meeting that planned
>the orbital maneuvers for Phase 3D.  Currently there are five orbital
>maneuvers planned for Phase 3D that will take anywhere between 3/4 to one
>year to perform. This article originally appeared in the AMSAT-DL Journal
>and was translated and published with the author's permission. It is also 
>understanding that Paul Williamson, KB5MU is supposed to be placing the
>article on AMSAT-WWW in the near future. I think he is trying to obtain the
>author's permission before posting; Peter is in Kourou and kinda busy right
>Once Phase 3D is operational, it is my understanding that a management 
>composed of international members will develop operating schedules that are
>dependent on a variety of variables. However as Peter describes in his
>article, there are quite a few milestones that Phase 3D needs to pass 
>we get to that stage, so stay tuned for operating details and schedules via
>ANS, AMSAT-WWW, and the Journal.
>Russ Tillman, K5NRK
>AMSAT Journal Editor
> >Where can I find a schedule of events for after the launch of P3D?  
> >like when to start looking for various downlinks, etc...
> >
> >Tim R. Havens
> >N1RZ

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