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Re: ISS Field Day Classification and a few questions...



I bet the prefix has something to do with the country that you carry a 
license from.


>From: Bruce Bostwick <lihan161051@earthlink.net>
>To: sarex@AMSAT.Org
>Subject: Re: [sarex] ISS Field Day Classification and a few questions...
>Date: Wed, 26 Jun 2002 15:04:48 -0500
>
>>>ARRL Section for space = SPA
>>
>>Perhaps "ET" might be a good choice ? ;)
>>Extra Terrestrial   (Echo Tango ???)
>>
>>JAT - 73,
>>            Bruce
>
>Before we devolve completely into OT silliness .. ;-) .. this ties into
>a sort of unrelated question that's always been in my mind about what
>callsign prefix manned operations on the moon or Mars should use.
>(Putting aside the question of how practical Earth-Mars ham
>communications will or won't be..)  It's not an entirely academic
>question, because it comes up in a book I'm writing -- for now, I've
>picked ZZ9 for want of a better one -- but I think at some point there
>will be a need for it, and it's better to think things out beforehand
>than to hack and kludge them after the fact ..
>
>-Bruce, someday hoping to sign ZZ9/N5VB
>
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>1906-1992
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