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Re: ISS TEST... who was successful?



Bob Bruninga wrote:


> Otherwise, it would take about 10,000 or more monitoring stations to hear
> what ISS hears... 

My original thought was that to "hear what the ISS hears" you'd actually 
have to be on the ISS...harking back to my areonautical VHF analogy 
*nothing* on the ground sounds like 122.8MHz AM at 3,000 feet on a clear 
calm Saturday morning.

73 de Maggie K3XS

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