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Re: Re: Operational Satellites



Both of you seem to have forgotten XI-IV object 27848 on
436.848 MHz CW and 437.49 AX25 Packet.  This Japanese data
and photo CUBESAT has been working very well indeed!
   Cliff K7RR 

Robert Bruninga wrote:
> 
> >>> Emily Clarke <w0eec@amsat.org> 3/16/05 4:59:00 PM >>>
> At 04:40 PM 3/16/2005 -0500, Bob Bruninga wrote:
> >>We're down to only 2 or 3 usable operational sateliites.
> >
> >I count 8... AO-7, AO-27, FO-29, GO-32, NO-44,
> >SO-50, AO-51 and the ISS.  We could also add
> >RS-22, UO-11 and the CUTE 1 [beacons]
> 
> Ah, thanks for the current count.   I guess what I
> consider "working" is somthing that I can schedule
> a class demo around, meaning it HAS to work, be in
> an expected mode and has to have users on it.  I'd
> count about 5 then.   Thanks BOb
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