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Re: old-sat questions



OOps!  I just realized that it is indeed on the list, under it's other name: 
XO-53.  My bad.

BUT, I still wouldn't mind finding out how to add custom TLE's into 
Orbitron's existing files permanently.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Auke de Jong, VE6PWN" <sparkycivic@shaw.ca>
To: "AMSAT-BB" <amsat-bb@amsat.org>; "Douglas Quagliana" 
<dquagliana@aol.com>
Sent: Saturday, January 26, 2008 9:41 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] Re: old-sat questions


> hmm, that one's not in my Orbitron list....
> If I add it's Keps to my "amateur.txt", they'll get wiped-out in the next
> update.
> Anyone know how to prevent this?
>
> Auke
> VE6PWN
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Douglas Quagliana" <dquagliana@aol.com>
> To: "Auke de Jong, VE6PWN" <sparkycivic@shaw.ca>
> Sent: Saturday, January 26, 2008 3:51 PM
> Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] old-sat questions
>
>
>> Hi Auke,
>>
>>   If you are listening for supposedly "dead" amateur radio
>> satellites, then you might also want to listen for SSETI
>> Express on 437.250 using NBFM.  SSETI went silent
>> shortly after launch. If it ever wakes up, you should hear
>> 9600 baud data signals on 437.250.  This will sound like
>> white noise - slightly different than static.
>>
>> Douglas KA2UPW/5
>>
>> Auke de Jong, VE6PWN wrote:
>>> Hello List,
>>>
>>> With the recent "resurrections" of old sats lately, I have decided to do
>>> some listening for other old sats which might, one day, un-fail.  I 
>>> think
>>> that the most likely ones would be Oscar-6 and Oscar-8.  According to
>>> what information I have found thus far, their original modes of failure
>>> were battery-shorts a-la AO-7/AO-40, therfore they might also un-short
>>> based on my extremely limited knowledge of their design(assumptions
>>> comparing to ao-7) and regain their power supply.
>>> The problem that I am having, is that I can't find much information 
>>> about
>>> AO-6's beacon transmitter frequencies for which to listen.  Can anyone
>>> here offer some information about the beacon transmitter frequencies 
>>> used
>>> for AO-6, and perhaps any other tech info such as how they might behave
>>> without command-station intervention?
>>>
>>> '73
>>> Auke
>>> VE6PWN
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>>
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