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Re: Kolibri' 2000

Dear andrea bonaiuto:

I received a memo on Nov. 20 from one of the Kolibri project manager,
stating the Kolibri was still on schedule for Nov. 26.
Ill try to get an update next week.
The current plan is for Kolibri to fly into space as part of the cargo
Progress on Nov 26.  The Kolibri will stay attached to the Progress
rocket until
Feburary 2002, when the Kolibri will be remotely launched from the
Progress rocket.
The Kolibri satellite will have a life span of 1-4 months.

Miles wf1f 

At 16:13 19.11.01 -0500, you wrote:
>Dear Stas,
>How is your  satellite Kolibri project coming.
>Will it fly this year.
>Do you have any informaiton for the amateur radio public?
>Take care,

Subject: Kolibri' 2000
Date:   Tue, 20 Nov 2001 11:40:52 +0300
From:   "S.Klimov" 
To: Miles <wf1f@mediaone.net>

Dear Miles,

Now Kolibri is inside "Progress", the launch will be at 26 November
mst. The operation on orbit will be after "Progress" separation from ISS
February 2002. 

With best wishes for Thanksgiving!


Stanislav I. Klimov                     Addr: Profsoyuznaya St., 84/32
Head of Laboratory Electro-Magnetic     GSP-7 117997  Moscow, Russia
Emission Investigation (LEMEI)          
Space Research Institute (IKI)          
Russian Academy of Science              

andrea bonaiuto wrote:
> HI, any news about the Kolibri' 2000 launch ?
> I cannot find the schedule on the official page.
> Thanks for the reports.
> Andrea IT9GSV
> http://www.qsl.net/it9gsv
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