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well, this sure turned out to be a bust for satellite operators. their intentions 
were good but coverage of the satellites was poor.  they were only on the first 
pass of ao-27 both days which were east coast passes. those on the west 
coast or midwest, never had a chance. i know a few that worked them on 
ao10 but all the new operators with ht's do not have that capability.

did anyone ever hear any other iss stations on the air? were there any other 
nasa club stations on besides w5rrr on saturday? 


To:             	sarex@AMSAT.Org
Date sent:      	Fri, 1 Dec 2000 05:05:35 -0500
Subject:        	[sarex] N4ISS SPECIAL EVENT!
From:           	Albert K Lark <kd4sff@juno.com>

> "November 4 International Space Station"  Extra Special "Special Event"
> I will be operating AO-27 and AO-10 during the ISS Special event,  below
> is our operating schedule: 
> AO-27 12/2 1444-1459 & 1625-1635 UTC  12/3 1416-1430 & 1556-1610 UTC
> AO-10 12/3 0100-0200 UTC
> I may try some additional analog satellites.

Bruce Paige, KK5DO                      Internet: kk5do@amsat.org
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