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Re: Sunsat Oscar-35 meets its destiny



Very Sad for lost this nice satellite. We have nice times when it was
working over South America, making qso with
LU,PY,PP and CE stations and taking telemetry of his status.

Good Bye SO-35.

Gustavo & Voxsat Group

http://www.qsl.net/lw2dtz


----- Original Message -----
From: "Johann Lochner" <lochner@ing.sun.ac.za>
To: <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Friday, February 02, 2001 4:32 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] Sunsat Oscar-35 meets its destiny


> Hi folks,
>
> Our last contact with Sunsat Oscar-35 was on Friday 19 January 2001
> at 15:22:37 UTC.  Unfortunately, little hope remains after two weeks
> of recovery attempts.  Thanks to all who shared in our fun.  Your
> feedback and encouragement made most of it happen.  Hope to talk to
> you on Amsat Oscar-40 soon.  See the press release, available at the
> following address: <http://sunsat.ee.sun.ac.za/news/20010201.html>.
>
> 73 de ZR1CBC, Johann
>
> +------------------------------------------------+
>   JG Lochner  ESL, Universiteit van Stellenbosch
>   e-pos:      lochner@ing.sun.ac.za
>   webtuiste:  http://esl.ee.sun.ac.za/~lochner
> +------------------------------------------------+
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