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Re: AMSAT history



Peter:

We are all getting older.  I find I am more nostalgic than I ever 
believed I could be.  May be it is the current launch environment that 
has me wanting to go back to the "good old days".

73's
Bob
N4HY


Peter Guelzow wrote:
> Bob,
>
> great pictures - thank you!!  
>
> Indeed, they give me a few good memories about places I'd like to be and
> where I have been long time ago..
> Man, I'm getting old!!!!  ;-)
>
>   
>> AMSAT has an amazing history.  I find the memories are best aided by 
>> photo's because I would otherwise probably forget.  I have taken all of 
>>   
>>     
>
> For the same reason I  started to upload images of various satellite
> project into the AMSAT-DL Gallery at:
>
> http://www.amsat-dl.org/pic/gallery2/main.php?g2_itemId=312
>
> Got stuck somewhere, but will continue when time permits...
>
> 73s Peter
>
>
>
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