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Re: ... Err!, an observation.



Perhaps the difference in the downlink strength that was observed has 
something to do with additional light hitting the panels after 
reflection from the earth.. just a theory.

73
Jason
N1XBP

Dave hartzell wrote:
> AO-7 was definitely in sunlight at 09:58 5 Oct 2006 UTC.
>
> On 10/5/06, john hackett <la2qaa@hotmail.com> wrote:
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>> So ... how come I could hear myself when AO-7 was in darkness?. As can be
>> imagined, I will keep tabs on this tomorrow morning.
>>
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