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Re: Mir Amateur Radio Status April 19, 1998

[Hi Miles,

I was wondering about your given references in the last Mir Amateur Radio Status (see below). As far as I know all efforts for Ham Radio on the International Space Station are made by an international team. This so called ARISS team has collected lot's of information on their member Web sites, for instance  


In the U.S. ARISS is headed by the SAREX team (ARRL, AMSAT-NA). So why MIREX gives the impression to the international community to be the only group beeing involved in the Space Station and gathering information ? This was my opinion. It should be better to refer to the official Web sites prepared by the partners. MIREX does good work for MIR, but is not officially involved in the Space Station.

Miles, this is not the first time that I have the impression you bypass some people to concentrate the interest on MIREX. I think this is not the best way to make MIREX more public.


Joerg, DL3LUM
SAFEX - International Coordinator]  

From: 	Miles Mann
Sent: 	Sunday, April 19, 1998 5:31 PM
To: 	            Miles_Mann@Pictel.com
Cc: 	Sarex@AMSAT.org
Subject: 	Mir Amateur Radio Status April 19, 1998

Mir Amateur Radio Status April 19, 1998
by Miles Mann WF1F, Mirex Director of Educational Resources
MIREX has created an Internet Web page containing information regarding Mir
and the various Amateur Radio experiments proposed for the space station.
The pages are still "under construction", but some good information can be
gathered from what has been put together so far.  URLs include the

     http://www.ik1sld.org/mirex.htm  OR

     http://www.geocities.com/~ik1sld/mirex.htm  OR

Some stations have had problems using the some of the URL aliases, if so,
try the long
version of the home page address

Miles WF1F