[amsat-bb] AMSAT-UK Colloquium: Mars Orbiter P5-A Presentation on BATC site
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Fri Aug 8 17:01:22 PDT 2008
The Mars Orbiter P5-A Presentation video (lecture 11) is now on the BATC website.
To access the video go to http://www.batc.tv/ and click on the 'Archive' icon on the left.
Select which AMSAT-UK lecture you wish to watch then click the 'Play' (>) icon.
Click on the icon between the 'Progress' bar and the 'Volume' bar to get full screen viewing.
Lectures 4 and 5 are about the MoonLITE project which will be the first Lunar mission by the United Kingdom.
Lectures 6, 7 and 8 are about the Delfi-C3 satellite
Lecture 9 is the P3-E satellite presentation given by AMSAT-DL President Peter Guelzow DB2OS, see also 'Get into Orbit with AMSAT-DL's P3E-Satellite' at http://www.p3e-satellite.org/index.pl?lang=en_EN
Lecture 10 will be the Amateur Radio Mars Orbiter P5-A given by Achim Vollhardt DH2VA, see also 'GO-Mars with AMSAT-DL's P5A Mission' at http://ticket-to-mars.org/index.pl?lang=en_EN
Still to be added:
Lecture 11 will be the Delfi-n3Xt next generation satellite presentation
Lecture 12 will be the presentation on the new GB4FUN vehicle given by Carlos Eavis G0AKI
Lecture 13 will be the 2.3/3.4/5.6GHz Signal Generator for Satellite Applications by Grant Hodgson G8UBN
Lectures 14/15 will be the Band planning for satellite operations on frequencies in the Amateur Service by Hans van de Groenendaal ZS6AKV, President AMSAT-SA followed by the IARU Satellite Forum.
The full lecture programme (with video lecture numbers) can be seen at:
The PowerPoint presentation slides can be viewed at:
Pictures from the event can be seen at:
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