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Re: ANDE-MAA has deployed!



Is this the one that was "stuck" in the deployment
cannister?
If so, CONGRATS! I've got some serious antenna work
planned for this weekend, so maybe I'll try and snag
some telemetry.
73, Jim  KQ6EA

--- Bob Bruninga  <bruninga@usna.edu> wrote:

> ANDE-MAA is alive and well.  We have been
> communicating with her today, and signals are
> comparable to PCSAT-1.  I even activated the voice
> synthesizer for a test today.  Here is the good news
> from Cheyenne Mountain:
> 
> > Just wanted to give you an update for our tracking
> of
> > ANDE.  It appears as if we are currently tracking
> five 
> > pieces from the ANDE deployment.  SCC# 29663 is
> still 
> > the ID on record and we have built four additional
> > analyst satellites with the remaining tracks.
> >
> > The pieces are separating quite nicely, but we're 
> > waiting on a couple additional SSN sensors tracks
> before 
> > we catalog the remaining pieces.  I'll try to pass
> along 
> > SCC ID numbers for the other four pieces as soon
> > as I have been informed.
> 
> Bob Bruninga, Wb4APR
> US Naval Academy Satellite Lab
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