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Re: U O - 2 2 ?



Okay, Thanks Chris.  I had wondered about the sun angle being the 
culprit especially where the freq was completely silent and AO-40 has as 
well entered its solar angle challenged period.  Will keep checking on 
it from time to time!  Thanks for the update!

73, Mark, KE7NS, DN41


Chris Jackson wrote:
> We're still assessing the situation, but as I posted late last year, when UO-22 entered eclipses again (last week) it was unlikely that the battery would supply sufficient power to operate the spacecraft.  This is indeed the case, and the spacecraft is therefore now unusable at this time.
> 
> Chris G7UPN
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> From: MarkM [mailto:markm@konnections.net]
> Sent: 26 April 2003 14:36
> To: AMSAT
> Subject: [amsat-bb] U O - 2 2 ?
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> 
> I listened for UO-22 last nite and this morning and its been quiet?  Is 
> it me?  I was gone all week so I may have missed something.  I know they 
> had planned to turn it off from time to time, so perhaps this is one of 
> those times?
> 
> Any clues?  Mark, KE7NS, DN41
> 
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