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Re: Universities



Art, All;

I am really pleased to see e-mail like this.

Bob Twiggs
Stanford University



At 02:09 PM 2/18/2004 -0800, Arthur H Feller wrote:
>At 02:19 PM 18-02-2004, Al Zoller wrote:
>>Another
>>example is NASA's Nano Sat 3 program in which there are 13
>>universities involved. Ten of these have elected to utilize  amateur
>>radio frequencies! This situation is approaching critical mass.
>>
>>All of these programs are producing more hams and they are also
>>producing the satellite designers and builders of the future. Dare
>>AMSAT neglect them?
>
>AMSAT dare not and did not.  Attending the conference were KA3HDO, W3IWI, 
>W3PK, and W4ART, on behalf of AMSAT and the IARU Amateur Satellite 
>Frequency Coordination Panel.
>
>We spent a great deal of time over two days taking in everyone's 
>presentations and demonstrations; talking and teaching about amateur 
>radio, world frequency management, the IARU coordination process; and 
>much, much more.
>
>Clearly, so many other possibilities exist for AMSAT interaction with 
>schools.  If you've got some time, please, give me a ring and I'm happy to 
>share some of my ideas and would love to hear yours.  Indeed, there are a 
>number of AMSAT projects you might undertake to help the effort!! 
>Interested?????
>
>73, art.....
>
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