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Re: Re: VP2EAG - nothing heard this morning



I was there from just after turn on at MA30 for about an hour. I worked about 25 stations, and when that was done, and I had called CQ by myself for 10-15 minutes I went back to bed. I was about 50 above the beacon. Sorry if I missed anyone, but please remember this is a work trip, and I was on at 3AM local time! I simply could not justify staying up further when I had run out of stations to work. I'm here until the 24th, and will likely be back for another cycle 2 weeks after that. I'll continue to be on as much as possible. Also don't forget I've been on UO-14 most nights, and may try fo-29 again.

73, Drew VP2EAG
-------Original Message-------
From: f1ngp@radioamateur.org
Sent: 06/17/03 09:20 AM
To: amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org
Subject: [amsat-bb] Re: VP2EAG - nothing heard this morning

> 
> I was on at MA=30 till 0645Z and later from 1010Z till 1145Z and nothing 
heard too ...
 

Wayne Estes W9AE a .crit: 

> I got up early and tuned around on AO40 from 0930 to 1100 UTC.
> No sign of VP2EAG.  
> Lots of other stations heard, though. 
> 
> Wayne Estes W9AE
> Mundelein, IL, USA   EN62af
 
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