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Re: AO7



That is odd. The satellite is still well illuminated, so it might be that 
the user load peaked at a particularly bad instance and the buss dropped 
enough to reset the timer. Pure speculation on my part though!

73, Drew KO4MA

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Sent: Tuesday, December 16, 2008 8:48 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] AO7


> AO7 at 01:18 utc was in mode "B" , what a surprise from the earlier pass 
> that was in mode "A". I believe it will stay in mode "B" for some time.
> 73
> Joe
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