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Dear Martin:

Sorry about the misspelling of your name!! I should pay more attention to
my spelling and grammar when I am on the keyboard :)

William A. Wetzel wrote:
> 
> Dear Ronnie:
> 
> I read your reply, but remind you that you had stated the folowing:
> 
> "Has anyone in the U.S. worked STS-93?"
> 
> My answer again... is YES... due to the following reasons:
> 
> The downlink "although through the effort of a remote station"; permitted
> our students to actually hear and talk to the astronauts. This point will
> satisfy the requirements of a "CONTACT" or "WORK" in classical definition
> in radio terminology as well as satisfying the TRANSACTIVE MODEL, current
> in modern philosophy of communications.
> 
> Best Wishes,
> --
> William A. Wetzel
> n6rky@pacbell.net
> 
> ronney wrote:
> >
> > Hi all.
> >
> > I just want to point out that the Harbor View Elementary contact involved a
> > bridge to a point outside of the USA, in VK land.  So the RF link to the
> > shuttle was by ham radio but not originating at the school.  So, was there a
> > contact? Yes.  But technically, I wouldn't call this a contact from the USA.
> > W5RRR (Johnson Space Center) did make part of the SAREX contact to MIR last
> > night but they made the link to MIR and the connection to STS93 was by
> > 'commercial circuits.'
> >
> > Martin Ronney, WB6YMI
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: William A. Wetzel <n6rky@pacbell.net>
> > To: Bruce Kille <brkille@mindspring.com>
> > Cc: tarrabe@pacbell.net <tarrabe@pacbell.net>; info@spinweb.com
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> > RADUSLAW@aol.com <RADUSLAW@aol.com>; sams@jetlink.net <sams@jetlink.net>;
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> > <kc6wdg@earthlink.net>; brian@worldcomputers.com <brian@worldcomputers.com>;
> > billyjack1@hotmail.com <billyjack1@hotmail.com>; k3tkj@qsl.net
> > <k3tkj@qsl.net>; sarex@AMSAT.Org <sarex@AMSAT.Org>; kdborcoman@home.com
> > <kdborcoman@home.com>
> > Date: Sunday, July 25, 1999 0:16
> > Subject: Re: [sarex] Has *anybody* in the US worked STS-93?
> >
> > >Bruce:
> > >
> > >Harbor View Elementary School in Corona Del Mar, California, successfully
> > >worked STS-93 today. Out of ten questions, put forward by students, eight
> > >were answered by the astronauts. The callsign used was WB6NUD, who was my
> > >philosophy instructor in college. I was there as his assistant.
> > >
> > >Thanks to Will (KC6ROL), and others at AMSAT and NASA... the students had
> > >a very exciting event. I was proud to be a part of it.
> > >
> > >Best Wishes,
> > >--
> > >William A. Wetzel
> > >n6rky@pacbell.net
> > >
> > >
> > >Bruce Kille wrote:
> > >>
> > >> Has anybody worked the current SAREX mission in any mode???
> > >> I know they had some problems getting setup, but know they have
> > >> made at least one school contact OK.  The fact sheet said the crew
> > >> wanted to do voice during their awake time, which happens to be
> > >> when the track is good over the US, but havent heard anything at
> > >> all today.  What I really wonder is if they are too busy to do voice
> > >> why they dont leave the packet robot up as on previous missions.
> > >> I know SAREX is a secondary payload, but this is the *last* one!
> > >> If anybody at NASA is reading the mail, ask Eileen to turn on the
> > >> packet box if they dont have time for voice.  Thanks.  :-)
> > >> QRV & 73,
> > >> Bruce WA4JAV
> > >>
> > >> ----
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> > >
> > >--
> > >William A. Wetzel
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> > >icq-uin# 13983514
> > >http://home.pacbell.net/n6rky
> > >http://www.qsl.net/n6rky
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> > >mailto:n6rky@qsl.net
> > >
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> --
> William A. Wetzel
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-- 
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