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Re: [Bod] AO-16 partially recovered.


This is outstanding news!  Congrats to Mark, Bruce and the rest of  
the team for bringing back AO-16 to at least a partially recovered  

Well done!


On Nov 10, 2007, at 11:22 AM, Andrew Glasbrenner wrote:

> After being off the air for several months, I'm happy to announce  
> that AO-16
> has been partially recovered and is transmitting on 437.026 Mhz. The
> satellite was recovered to the boot loader by Mark Hammond N8MH with
> guidance from Bruce Rahn WB9ANQ and others. Further reloading of the
> satellite is underway. The AO-16 team could use your help  
> collecting the
> binary MBL telemetry for now, and the regular telemetry once the  
> reload is
> completed.
> If you receive any telemetry from AO-16, please submit it  
> (preferably as a
> .KSS file attachment) to telemetry AT quagliana DOT com and put the  
> words
> "AO-16 Telemetry" in the subject of your email. Please include your  
> callsign
> (if any), your latitude/longitude (or grid square), and the date  
> and time
> when the telemetry was collected.
> 73, Drew KO4MA
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