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140 ft dish on 1.2 EME, update



Hi Mark, Dee, and all. Here is an update from the OVRO guys with a little clearer info on times. Good Luck!

73, Drew KO4MA

>W6IFE will be on the 40m dish at OVRO this weekend and the next 
>weekend of the ARRL EME contest. We have Internet at the site, but, 
>of course will not take schedules. We will be on 1296.025 listening 
>plus or minus 5Khz. Our moon window starts at 0530z on UT Saturday. 
>We will post the results on Moon Net. QSL's and reception reports to K6JEY.
>	We hope to map the moon at 10ghz and after that will have a special 
>weekend of 10ghz activity. (30 watts) We will announce it later. We 
>should be able to work stations with 4' dishes, perhaps 2' and 10-20 watts.
>	Thanks,
>		Doug K6JEY

-----Original Message-----
From: Mark <ku7z@sisna.com>
Sent: Oct 22, 2005 10:36 AM
To: Dee <morsesat@optonline.net>
Cc: Andrew Glasbrenner <glasbrenner@mindspring.com>, Iain McFadyen <ki4hlv@gmail.com>, amsat-bb@amsat.org
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] QST de W6IFE- OVRO Project


He says below 10:30pm PST this weekend.  Thats both Friday Saturday and 
Sunday nites? I missed last nite, but would really like to try 
listening!  Last big dish was VE3ONT I think 10 years ago I think. And I 
heard them.

Thanks, Mark, Ku7z
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