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Re: 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


Dee wrote:
> Andrew Glasbrenner wrote:
> 
>> Yes, they will be on EME. It was obvious to me as soon as I saw "Lunar"
>> and 1296.025 instead of 1268/1269, but I guess it wasn't really too
>> clear. The OVRO project has been mentioned on -bb before also. Sorry for
>> the confusion. Drew
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Iain McFadyen
>> Sent: Oct 19, 2005 5:25 PM
>> To: Andrew Glasbrenner
>> Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] QST de W6IFE- OVRO Project
>>
>> There's some information missing from this email: Is it referring to EME?
>> Probably lots of people reading the previous message wondering which
>> satellite to look at, or whether the 140ft dish will be pointing
>> horizontal for terrestrial contacts! I had to research what contests are
>> on this weekend, and found a reference to EME... Iain
>>
>> On 10/19/05, Andrew Glasbrenner <glasbrenner@mindspring.com> wrote:
>>
>>  All you AO-40 L banders with dishes wake up! Here's a chance to use
>>  that gear this weekend.
>>
>>  73, Drew KO4MA
>>
>>  Subject: [Sbms] QST de W6IFE- OVRO Project
>>
>>  Hello Lunar types,
>>  We are officially going to be on the air this weekend on
>>  1296.025Mhz. We will be using the 140 foot dish at the Owens Valley
>>  Radio Observatory and the club call of the San Bernardino Microwave
>>  Society, W6IFE. We will be on at about 10:30pm PST. I will make an
>>  announcement on these reflectors as soon as we are on, but take no
>>  schedules or use any assistance per the contest rules. We would also
>>  appreciate SWL reports as well. QSL to K6JEY at the callbook
>>  address.  We will be on CW and SSB running 60 watts or so.
>>  You can email me with any questions.
>>            &nb sp;    Doug K6JEY
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>>  
>>
> All,
> I just purchased a 1.2GHZ preamp-However it is raining and not the WX to 
> put this up at my 1.2ghz antenna.  I will be listening with it in the 
> shack and hopefully I'll be able to make an EME contact.  A bit late 
> here in NJ but Im going to try this to hear that 140 foot dish.  
> Unfortunately, my modest 10 foot dish is not set up for 1.2 ghz but if 
> this works on my LONG loop, I'll get ready for next time.
> 73,
> Dee, NB2F
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Ku7z, Mark in DN41
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till their GigaHertz."
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