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Re: An Open Letter To AMSAT

Just using Jon's comment as a springboard...the one thing that seems to be missing in this launch is a Public Relations person.

  Of course the team has it's hands full dealing with the complexities of the launch, however the idea of including an information person, one not necessarily "technically involved", in an endeavor which represents the contributions and interests of many people around the globe, might be a consideration for any group undertaking such a "visible" project.


Subj:   Re: [amsat-bb] An Open Letter To AMSAT 
Date:   Mon, 18 Dec 2000 3:29:42 PM Eastern Standard Time 
From:   Jon Ogden <na9d@mindspring.com> 
To:   Laura Jolley <jolleybuckaroo@hotmail.com>, <n9avg@indy.net> 
CC:   <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org> 
One thing I have noticed about spaceflight in listening a LOT to NASA
shuttle missions is that spaceflight is very slow and deliberate. Everything
is taken according to predetermined schedules and steps.  Things are skipped
or rushed.  Perhaps our team is following the same philosophy.


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