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>According to the Pasadena office, they received a signal last night
(wishful
>thinking?)
>
>If they did and the spacecraft is up there but not in the right orbit,
we can
>help by monitoring for it.  We have the good luck that our "big guns"
antennas
>are going to be out over this weekend during field day.  Those of us
who are
>going to be trying to work the sats have downtime that we can be
listening for
>the beacon.
>
>the downlink for UHF:  401.5275 Mhz
>for S-Band:               2250       Mhz
>
>Let's show them what we can do for them!
>
>de N6SHI
>Ronnie

I have a great idea , instead of always "showing them what we can do for
them" . Why dont
some of these other org's show us what they can do for us?  I for one am
not intrested at
all in tracking a sat that dont have a transponder onboard, especially
when it could have had.

Keith N6ORS
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