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Re: SO-41 active




Pretty wild - it was also turned on at 23:20 over the California 
coast.  This is the first time I ever heard it on during a N->S 
pass.  Worked KD5DGA in EM11 with very strong signals.

73,

Emily




At 04:54 PM 9/26/2003 -0500, Greg Wycoff wrote:
>Start looking for SO-41 as it was active on the 20:00utc and the 21:30utc
>passes, good signals.
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>AO-13, AO-10, AO-40, AO-27, FO-20, FO-29
>RS-10, RS15, RS-12/13,  SO-35, UO-14, SO-41
>SO-50, KO-23, KO25, TO-31, UO-22
>MIR/MIR-R, STS-67, ISS
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