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LEO but not so low
- Subject: [amsat-bb] LEO but not so low
- From: "ANTHONY JAPHA" <tjjapha@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 11 Mar 2006 18:03:43 -0500
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We would, I'm sure, all like higher orbits. Why were the early birds so
much higher than today's? Is it that the launch agencies don't have
payloads at that altitude any longer? Luck of the draw when there are
available slots for amateur birds?
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