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Re: ISS on Field Day




I'm confused...  What are they going to DO with the two satellites in the cargo bay?  It certainly appears like they're bolted in there for good.  Are they going to set them free, one or both, or just do a very expensive vacuum test?

Greg  KO6TH


> From: w5acm@swbell.net
> To: sarex@AMSAT.Org
> Date: Mon, 8 Jun 2009 19:55:09 -0500
> Subject: [sarex] Re: ISS on Field Day
> 
> Yes, the two satellites that compose DRAGONSAT (UT and Texas A&M) are 
> together in the payload bay. See a photo at http://www.w5acm.net/b25.html . 
> We flew components of BEVO-1 (the UT satellite) on a balloon flight last 
> year.
> 
> Andy W5ACM


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