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Re: AO-40 copied - I think



Hi Stephen...
Thanks about Your comment.
Yes,the first what I was done after the transmission
from Ao40 was going OFF:
I had sent all captured TLM (from AOS DEC.13th
at 06:49 utc until 11:16 utc/ last A-block)
IMMEDIATELY to ARCHIVE and also to G3RUH.
All without comments.
What should I do other....think that was right.

73,Jens / HB9JOI

----- Original Message -----
From: "Stephen M. King" <frastephen@home.com>
To: "Jens Spiess" <jspiess@dplanet.ch>
Sent: Thursday, December 14, 2000 9:54 PM
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] AO-40 copied - I think


> Hi Jens!
> Just wanted to offer a word of encouragement to you.  Your post is
> potentially just as valid as anything else that has been posted.
> I am astonished at the incredible lack of information being passed down
from
> the command team.  AMSAT used to make folks feel like they were part of
the
> team even if they were just monitoring birds with simple equipment -- now
a
> cloak of silence and secrecy has descended on the whole affair ... Does
not
> fill one with confidence.
>   When there is absolutely no information forthcoming it is only natural
for
> people to offer speculations.
> And, for what its worth, considering what the latest official bulletin
says,
> your first speculation could be more accurate than anyone is willing to
> admit to at this point.  I hope you were wrong, but who knows???...
>
> By the way ... were you capturing valid telemetry when you heard it go
off?
> If you did I hope you sent the last packets to the archive.
> Thanks and 73!
> Stephen
> KD3OG
>
>

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