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Re: AO-07 14:43 UTC Pass



Sorry but AO-7 was a lame duck on the 1443 UTC fly-over. We had loaded the
70 cm gun to hit the Canadian outback but no deal. There was a tiny 2 minute
window to Egon, VE6EGN whom I heard surfing from the noise yesterday but
today it was NIL. Despite his being a Swede from Sweden.

But on the next pass AO-7 was active with strong signals from Europe even on
a modest ground plane. But then the Canadians were way out of the foot
print. CU tomorrow.

Ingo / SM0AIG

----- Original Message -----
From: "Bill Greene" <bgreene@telus.net>
To: <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Wednesday, June 26, 2002 4:56 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] AO-07 14:43 UTC Pass


> Hi Everyone,
>
> Anyone here the 14:43 UTC pass of AO-07 ......?
> I listened with only 12 degrees of elevation and heard nothing.
> I will listen again on the next pass.
>
> Apologies for yesterdays posting of Egon VE6EGN's call sign.....sorry
> Egon !
>
> Residual effect of Field Day operation I suspect.
>
> Thanks
> 73 de VE7WFG
>
> Bill
> Armstrong, British Columbia
> Canada DO00JK
>
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