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Re: What has happened to AMSAT Australia ?



Andrew Rich wrote:
> What has happened to amsat australia ?
>
> Has it died a natural death ?
>   
Hi Andrew,

Most of the activity here in Oz is on the FM sats AO51 and SO50. Many 
people can be found on either bird  on the first eastern pass of the 
morning.

As for SSB, there are a few guys who use VO52 and AO7; AO52 attracts the 
most signals and once again its usually the first eastern pass of the 
morning.

There is an active yahoo group called the OzSatGroup, which contains 
most of the AMSAT AU people and quite a few who arn't AMSAT members.

As Trevor pointed out in a previous email, the URL for the group is as 
follows..

http://www.ozsatgroup.info/ 


That site contains a link to the Yahoo group that everyone monitors.

cheers

Tim

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VK2XTT :: QF56if :: BMARC :: WIA :: AMSAT 

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